Fans who enjoy the music featured on “Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief” on Friday night can download the music online, which will also benefit victims of the Haiti earthquake.
The “Hope for Haiti Now” telethon , organized by actor George Clooney, will air at 8 p.m. (ET) on all major networks, as well as online.Â Â Music fans can pre-order music beginning on Friday.
Customers canÂ exclusively pre-order the “Hope for Haiti Now” full-performance album ($7.99) and the full two-hour video telecast ($1.99) on iTunes. Pre-orders will be delivered in the days following the telethon.
Individual audio performances will also be available for purchase and download for 99 cents each in the days following the telethon, according to MTV. Apple, the record labels and the artists will donate their share of the proceeds to Haiti relief fundsÂ via “Hope for Haiti Now” charities.
Performances will also be available for purchase in the days following the event through Amazon’s MP3 service and Rhapsody, through distribution provided by INgrooves.
For more information, visit iTunes.com/Haiti.
Some of the musical highlights for the “Hope For Haiti Now” telethon will includeÂ a collaboration with Jay-Z and RihannaÂ with U2’s Bono and The Edge onstage in London, as well as performances by Madonna, Beyonce,Â Bruce Springsteen, and many more.Â For more about the musical performances, click here.
For donation information, visit HopeForHaitiNow.org.
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