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Country stars take part in virtual concert to aid New Mexico food banks

Lyle Lovett is among the acts scheduled to perform during the "Food for Love" virtual concert Feb. 13, which is raising money for New Mexico food banks.

SANTA FE – Dozens of the country’s top musicians, singers and songwriters are coming together to help New Mexicans facing hunger. They are taking part in “Food for Love” a virtual concert on Feb. 13, benefitting New Mexico’s food banks.

Jackson Browne, Lyle Lovett, David Byrne, The Chicks, Nathaniel Rateliff, Steve Earle and Elle King are among the more than 50 artists set to perform in the star-studded event.

Other special guests include: Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, former Gov. Bill Richardson, Sen. Tom Udall, George RR Martin, Ali MacGraw and Hampton Sides.

The “Food for Love” virtual concert will take place from 5 to 10 p.m. MST on Feb. 13 and will be streamed on the organization’s website, Facebook and YouTube pages. The concert is free, but viewers will be encouraged to donate to the New Mexico Association of Food Banks. Donations can be made live during the event or anytime on the “Food for Love” website.

More:Picacho Hills residents donate to Roadrunner Food Bank

Each dollar raised can provide up to four meals for a New Mexico family in need.

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