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Music News for September 17, 2014

The annual “Stand Up For Heroes” benefit tickets go on sale today

“Stand Up for Heroes” is a fundraiser featuring different music and comedy acts that raise money for injured service members and their families.

Bruce Springsteen has performed at the event every year, along with him this year; Louis C.K., John Oliver, John Mulaney, Brian Williams, and others.

The show is November 5th at New York’s Theater at Madison Square Garden; tickets go on sale today at noon.

Kiss helped raise money to build a military museum in Oregon.

The band has helped the Oregon Historical Outreach Foundation for three years to raise funds for the building of the $15 million project.

On Monday, the band performed an acoustic show in Lake Oswego, Oregon; it was the first time the band had performed at the charity event.

In all, they have raised over $1 million.

 

Eminem has filed a copyright infringement suit against the National Party in New Zealand.

New Zealand’s current Prime Minister, John Key, used the track Lose Yourself in a campaign ad without permission.

The song is no longer being used in advertisements, but Eminem is still seeking damages. Eminem’s publishers released a statement saying “It is both disappointing and sadly ironic that the political party responsible for championing the rights of music publishers in New Zealand by the introduction of the three strikes copyright reforms should itself have so little regard for copyright”.