Backstreet Boys will kick off Sunday's United We Stand What More Can I Give benefit in patriotic style by singing "The Star-Spangled Banner," and while Janet Jackson won't appear at the Washington, D.C., show, she will contribute a "video montage" that will be shown during the concert, according to a spokesperson for the event.
Organizers don't yet know what Jackson's video will consist of, and representatives for the singer were unavailable at press time. Veteran singer/songwriter Carole King and '80s pop-rockers Huey Lewis and the News have also been added to the lineup, which includes 'NSYNC, Aerosmith, Michael Jackson and Mariah Carey (see [article id="1449987"]"Destiny's Child, P. Diddy Added To D.C. Benefit Concert"[/article]).
More artists are expected to be announced before the event, the spokesperson said.
Proceeds from the sold-out concert at RFK Stadium will benefit the American Red Cross Liberty Relief Fund, the Salvation Army Relief Fund and the Pentagon Relief Fund.
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