John Oates gathers Bob Weir, Dave Grohl, Sammy Hagar, and more for charity event

Streaming Saturday, March 20
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By , Audacy

Put on your faded concert tees and get ready to rock – this one’s gonna get sweaty!

John Oates is teaming up with Grateful Dead co-founder Bob Weir, Foo Fighters frontman and Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl, Van Halen’s Sammy Hagar, and Oates’ Hall & Oates partner Daryl Hall for a new livestream event, Oates Song Fest 7908, broadcasting on Saturday, March 20th. Also featuring Jim James, Keb Mo, Shawn Colvin, and Spearhead’s Michael Franti, the free show will be raising money in support of Feeding America.

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"This will be an entertaining and innovative way for the music community to share their songwriting creativity in an effort to help feed Americas’ hungry families in need," Oates said in a statement.

Helping with hosting duties for the evening will be Saxsquatch, the "one-beast-band" himself. So, there's that too music fans.

The project was born after Oates and his wife Aimee were inspired by a show he produced in 2010 at the Wheeler Opera House in Colorado. "Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, when it became clear that live shows would not be possible, Aimee and I pivoted to the idea of creating a virtual version for charity," he said, "and Oates Song Fest 7908 was born."

The online event will be free to watch across multiple platforms via NugzTV on March 20, and viewers will be asked to donate to the charity throughout the show.

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