Live 8

2005, TV Show

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What You Didn't See at Live 8

In the time that it took for this web page to load in your browser, a child in Africa died of extreme poverty. And in the time that it took us TV Guide guys, Damian Holbrook and Joseph Hudak, to make it through the Live 8 concert held in our Philadelphia hometown last Saturday, millions of us learned that this grim statistic not only had a face, but also — thanks to a stable of musicians — a distinctive rhythm. Hopefully, the G8 leaders confabbing in Scotland heard it. We sure did, so here's our exclusive mash-up, straight from the street.
7:00 am/ET The City of Brotherly Love's wakeup call to the world comes mighty early. And sounds oddly like... "soft pretzels!" Ahh, god bless street vendors.
10:00 The walk down the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to the Museum of Art begins. Can we say "carnival midway"? It's a little early for fried fish and turkey legs, but water's only $3! Wow, it's getting hot out. Joe?
10:40 No doubt, Damian. I half ex  Read Full Article

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What You Didn't See at Live 8

In the time that it took for this web page to load in your browser, a child in Africa died of extreme poverty. And in the time that it took us TV Guide guys, Damian Holbrook and Joseph Hudak, to make it through the Live 8 concert held in our Philadelphia hometown last Saturday, millions of us learned that this grim statistic not only had a face, but also — thanks to a stable of musicians — a distinctive rhythm. Hopefully, the G8 leaders confabbing in Scotland heard it. We sure did, so here's our exclusive mash-up, straight from the street.7:00 am/ET The City of Brotherly Love's wakeup call to the world comes mighty early. And sounds oddly like... "soft pretzels!" Ahh, god bless street vendors.10:00 The walk down the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to the Museum of Art begins. Can we say "carnival midway"? It's a little early for fried fish and turkey legs, but water's only $3! Wow, it's getting hot out. Joe?10:40 No doubt, Damian. I half ex read more

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Premise: Coverage of the concerts in support of African debt relief. London's slated acts include Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney, U2 and R.E.M., along with event organizer Bob Geldof; Berlin headliners include Green Day, Crosby, Stills and Nash, and Roxy Music. Duran Duran, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw play in Rome. Philadelphia hosts Alicia Keys, Toby Keith and Stevie Wonder; Paris presents the Cure and Youssou N'Dour. Jet and Neil Young play in Barrie, Canada. Tokyo hosts Bjork; and Johannesburg hosts Zola.

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