In case anyone would be interested, and I know you are tons to be interested, The Black Eyed Peas have announced a free concert in New York City's Central Park on June 9.
I am being sarcastic since I can’t stand them but it is for a good cause, as the show will benefit the Robin Hood Foundation, an organization fighting poverty in New York City.
But you will have to get a ticket despite the fact it is free.
Fergie declared to a talk radio:
‘We are thrilled to follow in the footsteps of icons such as Simon & Garfunkel and Diana Ross by performing a free concert for our fans in Central Park. But more importantly, we are performing to benefit Robin Hood's efforts to help those living in poverty in New York City and to help disadvantaged youth in New York with the launch of our Peapod Academy.’
Their Peapod academy benefits at-risk youth in the city, and it is a great thing, if only they could produce some interesting music.
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