LINKIN PARK WILL HELP BUILD A HOME IN NEW ORLEANS AREA WITH LUCKY FANS


On Wednesday, February 27th, mega-platinum Grammy-winning rock band Linkin Park will take a break from their current tour in support of new album MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT and travel to New Orleans to help families displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Following Tuesday night’s show at the Sommet Center in Nashville, the band—vocalist Chester Bennington, drummer Rob Bourdon, guitarist Brad Delson, DJ Joe Hahn, bassist Dave “Phoenix” Farrell and vocalist Mike Shinoda—will head to an undisclosed location in an area affected by Katrina where, alongside opening act Coheed and Cambria, they’ll join volunteers from Music for Relief, and Habitat homeowner families from New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity to build homes in the damaged Gulf Coast area.

“There is still so much work to be done on the Gulf Coast following the devastation of hurricane Katrina,” said bassist Dave “Phoenix” Farrell “Linkin Park is proud to be a part of the rebuilding process.”

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