Last night, "Hope for Haiti Now" took over many television networks for 2 hours and was loaded with celebrities and performances by Stevie Wonder, Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna to name a few.
The "Hope for Haiti Now" telethon was broadcasted in efforts to raise money for Haiti's earthquake relief fund.
Dave Matthews was the second to last performer and to our surprise he shared the stage with Neil Young. The duo performed a cover of "Alone and Forsaken", a song by Hank Williams.
If you missed last night's performance with Dave Matthews, you can download the video right here on dbtp.org
A "Hope for Haiti Now" album of all the performances is available for pre-order on iTunes (iTunes.com/Haiti) for $7.99, while the full two-hour video telecast can be downloaded for $1.99. The individual performances will be available in audio as well for 99 cents each.
Although the telethon is over you can still make a donation by visiting hopeforhaitinow.org and/or calling toll free to 1-877-99-HAITI.
Hope For Haiti Now Backstage Interview - Dave Matthews
The entire set from the telethon is as follows:
Alicia Keys – “Prelude to a Kiss” from As I Am.
Coldplay – “A Message”
Bruce Springsteen – “We Shall Overcome.”
Stevie Wonder – “A Time to Love” and “Bridge Over Troubled Water”
Shakira – Pretenders’ “I’ll Stand By You” with The Roots
John Legend – “Motherless Child”
Mary J. Blige – “Hard Times Come Again No More”
Taylor Swift – Better Than Ezra’s “Breathless”
Christina Aguilera – New song with lyrics “If you lift me up.”
Sting – “Driven to Tears” with The Roots
Beyonce – “Halo” with Chris Martin on piano with adapted lyrics: “Haiti I Can See Your Halo”
Keith Urban, Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock – Bill Withers’ “Lean On Me”
Madonna – “Like a Prayer” backed by a choir
Justin Timberlake and Matt Morris – Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”
Jennifer Hudson – The Beatles’ “Let It Be” with The Roots
Emeline Michel – Jimmy Cliff’s “Many Rivers to Cross”
Jay-Z, Rihanna, Bono and The Edge – “Stranded (Haiti Mon Amour),” produced by Swizz Beatz
Dave Matthews and Neil Young – Hank Williams’ “Alone and Forsaken”
Wyclef Jean – “Rivers of Babylon”