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Stevie Wonder, Others To Perform Grammy Tsunami Relief Song   Print 
Wednesday, 02 February 2005
Stevie Wonder will head an all-star live performance of the Beatles song "Across the Universe" during the 47th annual Grammy Awards celebration. The song will be immediately released to raise funds for tsunami relief efforts. Joining Wonder will be Alicia Keys, U2 lead singer Bono, Norah Jones, Velvet Revolver, Tim McGraw and Brian Wilson, with other artists expected to join. The show will broadcast Feb. 13.

The track will be available for download at Apple's iTunes Music Store for 99 cents, with all proceeds to aid victims of the Dec. 26 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean. Video of the performance will be also available on demand at CBS.com.

As previously reported, the Queen Latifah-hosted Grammy Awards ceremony will also feature a performance tribute to Ray Charles, and a groundbreaking performance by Kanye West, Mavis Staples and the Blind Boys of Alabama, along with Alicia Keys.

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