The Roots

October 30, 2010 by USA Post 

The Roots, Sheryl Crow will lend his voice to a rally in Washington DC this weekend to come.

Crow will likely become part of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert rally Restore Sanity and / or fear, states Digital Spy. The singer would have to take the stage to perform with others.

Roots and Jeff Tweedy of Wilco are both expected to perform at the event. Other unnamed guests and artists are expected to make appearances and perform.

About 150,000 people marched on Washington DC National Mall this afternoon for Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert Rally restore mental health and / or fear. As was reported, the show began with a series of The Roots. The twists come in a few songs

Band World’s Greatest House was honored at noon exactly, opening with frenzy “thought work” from the 2002 classic phrenology. After a quick overview of the title track from their new album How I Got Over, the band brought out John Legend, who led the group through songs from their album of covers of recent collaboration Wake Up! The roots and the legend began with “Dear God 2.0″ with Legend Jim James covering parts, then Curtis Mayfield performed “Hard Times” and Donny Hathaway’s “Little Ghetto Boy” before moving to a more powerful version of Bill Withers’ classic anti-war “I can not write left handed.”

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