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Colton Haynes Will Make Singing Debut At George Michael Tribute Concert

The all-star event will help raise money for the VH1 Save The Music Foundation.

Colton Haynes is about to show off his pipes for the first time as the newest addition to VH1 Save The Music’s upcoming George Michael tribute show, Gotta Have Faith.

The actor is joining previously announced performers like Tituss Burgess and Cheyenne Jackson in celebrating the legendary pop star, who died on Christmas Day last year.

Sing for Hope Gala featuring Renee Fleming and Tituss Burgess Co-Chaired by Renee Fleming, Margie Loeb, Muhammad Yunus, Ann Ziff and Vice-Chaired by Dr. William Isacoff
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The artists, which also include Hamilton’s Javier Muñoz and Jersey Boys star Erich Bergen, will be backed by an orchestra as they each take the stage to perform Michael’s greatest hits from his lengthy career.

Radio personality Elvis Duran is set to host the benefit concert on April 24 at the Highline Ballroom in New York City, and proceeds from ticket sales will help serve the VH1 Save The Music Foundation’s work to restore music programs in schools across the nation.

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Head here to purchase tickets and to get more information on the big night.

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