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The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band will play a special charity gig in Hollywood on January 28, and a host of celebrities are planning to attend.

The gig will take place at the House of Blues on Sunset Avenue on Thursday night, and will raise money for charity We.The.Children.

“The goal is to sell out the House of Blues, and the more we raise the more effective we will be as a community with helping homeless children find a way off the streets as well as helping . . . victims of the earthquake in Haiti,” said charity founder Asal Masomi.

Stars such as Scarlett Johansson, Marla Maples, Rick Cannon, LeAnn Rimes and Sean Patrick Thomas are expected to attend, and Mick Fleetwood will donate 100% of his profits to help children in Haiti.

“I believe that the entertainment community is one of the most philanthropic communities in our country,” said Masomi. “We thought since [many] entertainers will be in town during the whole week of the Grammys we could bring them together to celebrate the art of music as well as giving back to the community.”

Tickets and info can be found here.

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