The Melodic Caring Project (www.melodiccaringproject.org), the non-profit organization that streams live concert events directly to the hospital beds of critically-ill children throughout the country, has joined forces with The Apl.de.ap Foundation to bring the benefit concert to rebuild the Philippines not only to hospitalized children but to community groups in the Philippines who gathered to watch the concert live from Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre on Sunday. The REBUILD! Concert, which featured performances Apl.de.ap, will.i.am and Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas and many others, will bring much-needed aid to areas of the Philippines devastated by last year’s Typhoon Haiyan. This event was the first on that the Seattle-based Melodic Caring Project has streamed from Los Angeles.
Shown following an interview to promote the event at Fox Television’s Studio 11 program in Los Angeles are: (l-r): Stephanie Ware, co-founder of the Melodic Caring Project; Studio 11 co-anchor Christine Devine; Apl.de.ap of The Black Eyed Peas and of The Apl.de.ap Foundation; Studio 11 co-anchor Jeff Michael; and Levi Ware, co-founder of the Melodic Caring Project.