Living Beyond Breast Cancer: “We Can Survive” Concert October 24, 2014


STAR-STUDDED “WE CAN SURVIVE” CONCERT

AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL TO BENEFIT

LIVING BEYOND BREAST CANCER

OCTOBER 24. 2014 #WCS

Taylor Swift, Pharrell Williams, Iggy Azalea, Alicia Keys, Sia, Paramore and Lady Antebellum

and Gwen Stefani to Headline

  ” target=”_blank”>We Can Survive Concert presented by ” target=”_blank”>CBS Radio benefiting “>2014 MTV Video Music Awards - Red Carpet“>pharrell“>ak” target=”_blank”>www.lbbc.org and on Twitter @LivingBeyondBC

” target=”_blank”>Up To?

Taylor Swift

  Taylor_Swift_770_2“>Taylor Swift have been her biggest in eons. We already have heard three songs at her new album 1989 — “>“Out of the Woods” and “>listening sessions for her fans. She “>told usin an interview that he worked on another song on her album 1989. Maybe that’ll be the one.

Pharrell Williams

  Refining the look with a simple kerchif adjustment.” target=”_blank”>hat of the year, ” target=”_blank”>manning a chair on The Voice. Live, he has made noteworthy appearances at the ” target=”_blank”>headline the upcoming Odd Future Carnival in November. Where he finds the time to make music videos like the one for “>Ariana Grande‘s breakout year, and not just in music. From her ” target=”_blank”>upcoming role in the animated Underdogs to her ” target=”_blank”>pitching of water, Grande has found countless ways to into our homes and hearts. But if you think that makes her “>Lady Antebellum have been busy since and leading up to the ” target=”_blank”>“I Did For You”) and advance songs (” target=”_blank”>leaving their comfort zone. And We Can Survive isn’t the only recent instance of the country stars giving back, as they recently set forth fulfilling “>(Courtesy of Def Jam Records)“>Iggy Azalea‘s only high profile appearance in the coming days. The very next day, she will be ” target=”_blank”>different upcoming new song featuring Ellie Goulding and a” target=”_blank”>“Doing the Gopher” at the University of Minnesota. Did we mention she “>Paramore delivered their self-titled fourth LP, but that hasn’t kept the Tennessee natives from making headlines. There was ” target=”_blank”>“Ain’t It Fun” and ” target=”_blank”>heartfelt live tribute to Robin Williams at a Denver concert. Thought their WCS appearance will undoubtedly celebrate their past, it’s just about getting time that we can start talking about what’s next for Paramore.

Sia

  Sia (PRETTYPUKE for RCA Records)“>Sia‘s may have been the longest in the works. After years of steadily rising, the Australian pop star and songwriter finally landed her ” target=”_blank”>collaborated with Eminem, seen ” target=”_blank”>remixed by Blood Orange. A slot at WCS is just icing on the cake.

Gwen Stefani

  (Christopher Polk/Getty Images)“>No Doubt frontwoman and solo star in her own right, ” target=”_blank”>“Baby Don’t Lie”), a ” target=”_blank”>joining the cast of The Voice. Between all of that, she has found time for fun, ” target=”_blank”> feature work from fellow WCS performer Pharrell.

Alicia Keys

  (Michelangelo Di Battista for RCA Records)“>Alicia Keys is the quietest as far as making headlines at the moment. But that doesn’t mean Keys isn’t busy. Word is she is working on her next album, which she is” target=”_blank”>recently contributed to Pharrell’s latest album, as well as the last ” target=”_blank”>“We Are Here.

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