An alliance of rock musicians and public television will unite Nov. 26 for a telethon benefitting Northern California earthquake relief agencies.
San Francisco public television station KQED and concert promoter Bill Graham announced today that they will produce "Earthquake Relief," a 12-hour concert from three Northern California sites.
Musicians scheduled to perform include Crosby, Stills & Nash, Neil Young, John Fogerty, Steve Miller, Eddie Money, Bonnie Raitt and Tower of Power.
"The difficulty we had was not in getting the artists' approval but in working out for them to be here on the same day," Graham said. "We have another show we could have put together, and the Grateful Dead wanted to be in it but couldn't, so they're going to be in another show in Oakland on Dec. 6."