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YouTube will live stream Alicia Keys’ upcoming performance that benefits the Keep a Child Alive charity, which helps raise funds for children with HIV/AIDS. The show starts at 8 p.m. ET on December 1, and according to an intro taped by Keys (embedded below), it will […]

YouTube will live stream Alicia Keys’ upcoming performance that benefits the Keep a Child Alive charity, which helps raise funds for children with HIV/AIDS. The show starts at 8 p.m. ET on December 1, and according to an intro taped by Keys (embedded below), it will stream globally.

As we’ve noted before, live streaming concerts is certainly all the rage right now with high-profile acts like U2, Foo Fighters, Weezer and Dave Matthews Band all getting into the act. U2 generated ten million views of its show and Foo Fighters had 440,000 live streams.

Keys isn’t as big as U2, but we like the fact that she’s using her star wattage combined with YouTube’s massive reach to try and raise money for an important cause.

  1. Denisha&Doreen Friday, November 27, 2009

    Me and my mom love your songs.Keep on rocking

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  2. Denisha&Doreen Friday, November 27, 2009

    Hi I am 12 years old my mom and I love your songs,Keep on rocking Love Denisha & Doreen

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  5. [...] Is Getting Ready for Real-Time Video YouTube streamed yet another live music event yesterday, broadcasting Alicia Key’s Keep a Child Alive benefit concert from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Google is keeping mum about how many viewers tuned in, but [...]

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