Phillip Phillips Gives Back To Staten Island With Help From PS22
Phillip Phillips is using his newfound celebrity to do some good for those affected by superstorm Sandy.
Back in September, the kids of PS22 performed the American Idol’s winning single, “Home” and now Phillips is planning to perform at their home of Staten Island, which was hit hard last week by the storm.
Phillips will join the middle school chorus at their school on November 15 for a show that asks those in attendance to pay what they can.
The 20-minute concert will be broadcast live through StageIt.com, which means a ticket allows you to watch the show from the comfort of your own home. All you need is a computer to catch Phillips and the kids.
Go here to buy a ticket to the show.
Watch the kids from PS22 perform “Home” below.
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