Rhode Island PBS To Simulcast Nightclub Fire Benefit Concert
The Associated Press reports that Rhode Island PBS says it will simulcast later this month a one-hour television feature on The Station nightclub fire, including highlights from a recent benefit concert and interviews with survivors.
The concert was held last month at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Providence and featured acts including TWISTED SISTER, GRETCHEN WILSON and TESLA.
Read more from The Associated Press.
New England Cable News (NECN) aired a three-minute report on the Phoenix Rising benefit concert to raise money for the Station Family Fund, which distributes funds to victims and survivors of The Station nightclub fire. Watch the report below.
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