This Sunday night at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Eddie Izzard, Russell Brand, Sarah Silverman and Fred Armisen as well as Coldplay and Mumford & Sons will perform as part of the first-ever U.S. edition of Amnesty International’s The Secret Policeman’s Ball. The action starts at 7PM ET/4PM PT and for those who can’t attend, you can watch the performances through the EPIX streaming service. EPIX is a premium multi-channel entertainment service available on television, video-on-demand, Xbox 360, Roku, online and on Android-enabled devices.
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Here’s a quick look at six other stories of note…
- Boulder’s Fox Theatre celebrates 20 Years of shows
- Levon Helm has lost a court battle over The Weight
- Gomez and Jackson Browne among Stones Tribute ads
- Aaron Freeman talks about recovery & his new album
- Grooveshark files for dismissal of copyright lawsuit
- Watch Elvis Costello cover two Bruce Springsteen songs
Finally, we are expecting a quiet few months from Arcade Fire after a big two years from the Canadian band in support of The Suburbs. However, the group did record a new song for the T. Bone Burnett-produced Hunger Games soundtrack which you can stream at Entertainment Weekly. The tune, entitled Abraham’s Daughter, will play over the film’s closing credits.