Alicia Keys, Usher, Will.i.am and others raise millions for charity in George Harrison tribute
The concert took place in New York on November 3 and the event raised over $3 million for the charity which provides AIDS treatment in Africa and India.
The star-studded event saw the artists covering songs penned and performed by the late Beatles member, George Harrison.
Alicia Keys teamed up with rapper Jay Sean to sing the lovesong, 'Something', from 'Abbey Road', and Norah Jones delivered her beautiful song, 'Don't Know Why', which transformed into a duet of Harrison's solo track, 'Isn't It A Pity', with Keys.
Bon Jovi's guitarist, Richie Samboro, joined Usher and Keys to perform 'Here Comes The Sun' and 'My Sweet Lord'.
To conclude the night of celebration, Will.i.am performed the Black Eyed Peas hits, 'Where Is The Love?' and 'I Gotta Feeling'.
Check out this video of Alicia Keys discussing the work of Keep A Child Alive Foundation and a fan video of Keys performing 'Empire State Of Mind (Part Two)' and 'Fallin'':
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