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If you're going to see a tribute to Rolling Stones what would you request.
And here's I ask our first segment is about a Rolling Stones tribute show.
Carnegie Hall march 13 and it's thanks to this man Michael -- that thank you for being here my pleasure.
And founder and CEO of city winery.
So we'll talk about that as well okay -- the -- about this tribute show so it's the eighth installment of this theory -- tell us about the series and it's it's a benefit music education so tell us what this is all four.
Programs for afterschool.
Usually and in underprivileged market.
And it just keeps blossom and we keep getting more more nonprofits that would like to participate in -- on the list is about ten.
Nonprofits that are receiving a chunk of the money we've raised about 700000 box over and he's a tributes.
And so it's it's benefiting a lot of kids great.
And why -- Rolling Stones while on.
We've been we've been focusing on songwriters and there's so many great songs in fact this when we're doing -- -- different for the first time this and just going over the full repertoire.
We're focusing on one record the hot rocks collection which was such an amazing greatest hits of 21 fabulous on so we're going from start to finish.
Lives all 21 song should take about two hours and and we'll be a lot of fun.
And it's 21 -- to anyone artists are doing you might -- songs sound which -- policies participating this year it's everyone -- the most recent in my -- news is we got our Garfunkel.
To do one of the songs I haven't news -- and it's an attack against.
It's it's brand new Marianne Faithfull of course see you know who had this relationship with with the band.
Rosanne Cash Steve her old -- -- hall mark -- -- answered from the swell season one of my favorites peaches TV and radio rich Robinson from The Black Crowes I got my little notes because yeah.
Yeah I think if passing Carolina truck -- -- -- it's a great list you know yes.
What's great about the the -- is.
It's The Rolling Stones material but it's done in the voice of the performing -- so there's a little interpretation.
So it's not just mimicking what the stones did it's it's taking these great songs and doing it in the voice of these -- great artists who are who are.
To me deserved tributes in their own right.
And they are all in some way connected to the -- is that how they're chosen.
Sometimes we go -- the historical connection you know Marianne Faithfull and and having gotten famous with as tears go by and and so there's that connection I think she slept with a couple of -- members.
So I mean there is sometimes we can get it back -- -- a pound and symptoms is just -- and an artist really feels this this this.
Mentor relationship if you will with the with the songwriter.
And -- those being honored show up.
So this -- we've had some amazing surprise.
Moments Bruce Springsteen came to his.
His tribute ten play beyond core so did REM.
Simon and Garfunkel actually sat in the audience separately found for their head for there's so we've had.
So we'll see different.
Type of things we always keep our fingers crossed we never promise.
That that members of the -- will be there but we're you know we're hope.
Paul and they shot might -- take the stage there's a chance I never you are you hoping to that I can't imagine that he.
Just sitting in the audience right I'm sure he's gonna wanna pick up a guitar.
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