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Willie Nelson to lead Harvey benefit concert

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Willie Nelson to lead Harvey benefit concert
Texan country music legend Willie Nelson, seen here launching his new album in Nashville in April, will headline a concert to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey

A day after a national telethon for hurricane relief, more stars led by Willie Nelson and Paul Simon on Wednesday announced a benefit concert for survivors of mega-storm Harvey.

The September 22 show at the arena of the University of Texas at Austin will be aired across the state by broadcaster Tegna and livestreamed globally on YouTube.

Proceeds will go to the Rebuild Texas Fund which will support housing, health care and other needs in the wake of Harvey's destruction in the state.

Headliner Nelson, a native Texan and defining country singer, has long been active in charity and spearheaded the Farm Aid concerts.

Folk legend Simon earlier pledged $1 million for Harvey relief along with his wife Edie Brickell, who will also play in Austin.

Other performers include country A-listers Bonnie Raitt and Lyle Lovett, Texas-born soul singer Leon Bridges and folk rock great James Taylor.

The announcement comes a day after a one-hour telethon broadcast on all US networks to raise relief for victims of Harvey as well as Irma, which struck shortly afterward in the Caribbean and Florida.

The telethon, whose performers included Stevie Wonder, Dave Matthews and Luis Fonsi, raised more than $15 million as of late Tuesday, according to organizers.

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