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12.12.12 Concert

Rock legends Bruce Springsteen, Roger Waters, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton and more join forces in a benefit for victims of Superstorm Sandy.

Nils Lofgren, left, Bruce Springsteen, center, and Steven Van Zandt perform at 12.12.12, a concert benefiting The Robin Hood Relief Fund to aid the victims of Superstorm Sandy at Madison Square Garden in New York on Wednesday, Dec. 12.

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Springsteen, left, is joined onstage by fellow New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi to perform at 12.12.12 at Madison Square Garden in New York.

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Roger Waters of Pink Floyd performed songs from "Dark Side of the Moon" and "The Wall" during Wednesday's concert.

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Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder joined Roger Waters on stage for "Comfortably Numb."

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"Late Night" host Jimmy Fallon and his wife Nancy Juvonen arrive in the press room during the 12.12.12 concert for Sandy relief at Madison Square Garden.

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Actor/comedian Billy Crystal lightens the mood with some jokes during Wednesday night's benefit. "You can feel the electricity in the building, which means Long Island Power isn't involved," he said.

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Actress Susan Sarandon was among the many celebrities manning the phone bank during Wednesday night's benefit concert.

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Actor Adam Sandler took the stage with Paul Shaffer on piano for a little fun, with the comedian changing the lyrics to "Hallelujah." "Hallelujah, Sandy screw ya! We'll get through you, 'cause we're New Yorkers!" the duo sang.

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Actress Kristen Stewart told the audience, "Now is your chance to be Jersey Strong with us," as she introduced Bon Jovi's performance

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Jon Bon Jovi performed "Livin' on a Prayer" and other hits during his set in New York Wednesday.

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"Daily Show" host Jon Stewart tells the crowd about his love for the Jersey Shore at Wednesday night's benefit concert.

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Eric Clapton performs a set that included "Nobody Knows When You're Down and Out" and "Crossroad Blues."

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Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones perform Wednesday night. "This has got to be the largest collection of old English musicians ever assembled in Madison Square Garden," Jagger later joked of the night's lineup.

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Actress Olivia Wilde arrives in the press room. She told of how she was born in one of the hospitals impacted by Superstorm Sandy.

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Music mogul Sean Combs rocks it out in the press room on Wednesday night in New York.

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Alicia Keys delivered an emotional performance of "Brand New Me" and "No One."

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Roger Daltrey, left, and Pete Townshend of The Who perform at the 12.12.12 concert.

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Comedian Chris Rock used his humor to urge viewers to donate. "We have raised so much money tonight, the shift's over! We fixed everything! Jersey's fixed, Staten Island, it's all like Beverly Hills right now!" he joked.

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Rapper Kanye West's performance included hits such as "Mercy" and "Gold Digger."

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Billy Joel performed many of his most popular tunes, including "River of Dreams" and "Only the Good Die Young."

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Actress Blake Lively arrives at the 12.12.12 Concert, where she introduced Chris Martin of Coldplay.

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Michael Stipe of R.E.M., right, appeared for a surprise performance with Coldplay's Chris Martin. The pair did an acoustic version of "Losing My Religion."

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Actress Katie Holmes arrives at Madison Square Garden.

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Paul McCartney joined Nirvana members Dave Grohl (pictured), Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear for a new rock tune.

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