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    November 21, 2013

    From Children's Hospital Oakland:

    Rain didn't stop us! TY to all for supporting us at Salesforce #df13 with a special thank you to @GreenDay for going unplugged. The concert last night at AT&T Park, benefitting our hospital and UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital, was truly an experience. Our patients, their families, and our supporters enjoyed rocking out with Green Day, Blondie & MC Hammer--and with all of the Dreamforce attendees!

    Here's a recap of the event: http://bitly.com/17NBx2F

    Pictured above: Bert Lubin, MD, President & CEO of Children's Hospital Oakland--along with other Children's

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  • When it comes to their respective musical genres, Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones are truly the king and queen of all they survey. But—unlike Alexander, who wept when he studied his vast realm, simply because he had no more worlds to conquer—they just keep right on finding new, uncharted territory to claim. Mostly apart. But now—in one of the most unexpected team-ups of this or any other recent year—together as a single, decidedly retro-minded unit.

    Believe it or not, in a hush-hush New York session lasting a total of nine days, the duo re-cut one of rock’s greatest, and most unusual albums—the Everly Brothers’ second, little-known collection of dark-themed traditionals from 1958, Songs Our Daddy Taught Us—track by intricate-harmony track. It’s titled Foreverly

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  • Foreverly is the 2013 collaboration between Green Day front man, Billie Joe Armstrong, and Grammy-winning Pop songstress, Norah Jones. The collection is inspired by Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, an album of traditional Americana songs reinterpreted, recorded and released by the Everly Brothers in 1958. Billie Joe and Norah's album captures the beauty of the Everly Brothers' stunning close harmonies to create a moving and powerful testament to these traditional ballads.

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