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Find Out Where To Watch And Listen To 'Living Room Concert For America'

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By Adreon Patterson

As FOX Presents the iHeart Living Room Concert for America prepares to air this evening, Americans will have multiple options for viewing and listening.

FOX announced it will offer the Living Room Concert across all of its networks, including FOX, Fox News Channel, Fox Sports 1 and Fox Business, in addition to all its digital platforms.

Along with the telecast, the historic concert will air on all iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide. The charitable event will air on March 29 at 9 p.m. ET.

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All the linear options are free for all Americans after Fox Corporation announced last week it would provide everyone with unlimited free access to FOX Television Stations and Fox News Channel during the pandemic.

The commercial-free event will provide relief and support to help combat the spread of coronavirus with performances by Alicia Keys, Dave Grohl, the Backstreet Boys, Billie Eilish, Sam Smith, Mariah Carey, Tim McGraw, Camila Cabello, H.E.R. and many others.

All the artists will be playing from the comfort of their homes, giving viewers a unique glimpse into the artists’ lives.

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Ellen DeGeneres, Lady Gaga, Ken Jeong, Ryan Seacrest, Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone will serve as special guests during the Living Room Concert on FOX.

Pop icon Carey will be performing from her home studio with a door open so she can watch her children at the same time while the Backstreet Boys will perform together (from the convenience of their own homes). Pop superstar Eilish will perform from her family’s couch.

Americans will get the chance to see their favorite artists while practicing social distancing.

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“This is something completely different than we’ve ever tried before,” explained iHeart Media president of entertainment John Sykes to Fox News. “This is a challenging time for everyone in this country, but if you look back at our history, this is a time when America shows its strength and compassion and everybody wants to help.”

During the television and radio simulcast, viewers are encouraged to support two charitable organizations that directly help victims and first responders: Feeding America and First Responders Children’s Foundation.

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Sykes mentioned that the Fox Corporation wanted to create a fundraiser to raise not only cash, but spread awareness about the “incredible work being done by first responders” who represent the “strength and compassion” of America.

FOX Presents the IHeart Living Room Concert for America will be the first event to directly respond to the ongoing pandemic.

For many music and television fans, the concert will serve as a way to take their minds off the crisis while getting a free concert to make up for the canceled ones.

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