Sat. 3/20: ‘All Together Now –LA2’ Online Charity Concert Event to Premiere The Tribe’s ‘Get Together’ Music Video Featuring Jesse Colin Young


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This coming Saturday, March 20, a host of celebrities, musicians, entertainers, and more will join forces for All Together Now – LA2, a very special online all-star concert event and telethon to raise money for coronavirus crisis relief. The concert will be a major and significant emergency relief effort helping residents of the Los Angeles area cope with the ongoing hardships resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. During the show, legendary singer/songwriter Jesse Colin Young will join forces with The Tribe — some of LA’s top session and touring musicians — for the world premiere collaborative performance of his hit song “Get Together,” originally made famous by Young and his band the Youngbloods when it was originally released in 1967.

The show airs Saturday, March 20, 2021, from 3:00-9:00 P.M. PDT and will be available to watch for FREE at AllTogetherNowLA.org (wwww.AllTogetherNowLA.org) and Alert the Globe (www.alerttheglobe.com). A text-to-donate link will be available throughout the event.

The collaborative new “Get Together” video is scheduled to debut between 4:00 p.m. PDT and 5:00 p.m. PDT. 

The online telethon and concert event will feature a stellar line-up of singers, songwriters, musicians, actors, comedians, and celebrities of all sorts coming together to perform, send positive messages out, and help raise money for the cause.

A growing list of prominent entertainers has been pledging participation in the event including Nancy Wilson, Alyssa Milano, Christina & David Arquette, Jack Black, Paul Stanley, Harry Shearer, Sheila E, Paul Rodgers, Steve Lukather, Kevin Eubanks, Wayne Coyne (The Flaming Lips), Mindi Abair, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, Jason Becker, Paul Glaser, Jimmy Vivino, Billy Vera, Gregg Bissonette, Colin Hay & Cecilia Noël, WAR, Ellis Hall, Bootsy Collins, Jesse Colin Young, Freda Payne, Pablo Cruise, David Garfield & the Cats (Steve Ferrone, James Harrah & Jimmy Earl), Stephen Kalinich, Rebecca Holden, Walter Egan, Peter Beckett, Tin Drum (Burleigh Drummond/Mary Harris of Ambrosia), Franke Previte, Richard T. Bear with Laurence Juber & Tony Braunagel, Dedee Pfeiffer, Jeff Silbar, Albert Lee, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Dan Navarro, Kate Taylor, Craig Taubman,  The Cowsills, The Empty Hearts (ft. Elliot Easton), The Immediate Family, VENICE, and several emerging artists including Casey Abrams, Rachel Flowers, Maiya Sykes, Aubrey Logan, Carly Smithson & The Tribe, Eric Baines, FTG Trap, King Elle Noir, Dauzat St. Marie, Emmanuel Kelly, Cameron Graves, Eliot Lewis, Rocky Dawuni, Butta B-Rocka, Greg Scott, Plastic Culture, John Flanagan, Lexy Panterra, Michael Lemmo, Justin Love, Peyton, Tara Macri and more are still being announced.

Hosting the show will be actress and singer Carnie Wilson with husband singer/songwriter and producer Rob Bonfiglio; singer/songwriter, actress, and activist Judith Owen, actor and singer Bill A. Jones (Glee), and Heartbreaker and drummer Steve Ferrone (host of The New Guy Show on SiriusXM’s Tom Petty Radio).

100% of the proceeds raised will provide food, shelter and services to homeless families, and support to first responders, musicians, restauranteurs, and more through several partner organizations helping those in need including the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles’ COVID-19 Relief, The Midnight Mission, Project Angel Food, MusiCares, Valley Cultural Foundation, and the
Get Together Foundation.


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