DUFF MCKAGAN, MIKE MCCREADY Perform At 'A Hootenanny For Haiti'; Video, Photos Available

Duff McKagan (VELVET REVOLVER, GUNS N' ROSES) and Mike McCready (PEARL JAM) were among the performers at "A Hootenanny For Haiti", an extraordinary evening of music to benefit Haiti, which was held this past Sunday, February 28 at Showbox in Seattle. Other artists that appeared at the event included Kim Virant, Kristen Ward, Kim Warnick, Mark Pickerel, Star Anna, Chris Friel, Gary Westlake, Jeff Rouse, Justin Davis and Ty Bailie. They performed together in an intimate setting to support the efforts of Partners in Health's Stand With Haiti campaign.

Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be viewed below.

Check out photos at this location.

Read a review of the show from Crosscut.com.

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"Knockin' On Heaven's Door" (soundcheck):

"You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory":

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