Morning click: Aventura helps Haiti, Willie Nelson makes "Country Music," Gaga and Dizzee to perform at the Brits
- Benefit concerts for Haiti are popping up across the map and bachata superheroes Aventura are the latest group to get in the act. The quartet is about to kick off a four-night run at New York's Madison Square Garden and will be donating $25,000 of the proceeds to the Red Cross. Bravo, gents.
- Willie Nelson has announced plans to release a new album in April. Here's the cool part: It'll be produced by T Bone Burnett. Here's the weird part: It's going to be called “Country Music.” Is Willie trying to clear things up with the fans he lost back in 2005 with that reggae album?
- Already sick of pre-Grammy hype? Then avert your gaze from Click Track in the coming days and mind the 2010 Brit Awards. Britain's big winter music awards show is set to take place on Feb. 16 and will include performances from Lady Gaga, Robbie Williams and Dizzee Rascal.
January 19, 2010; 7:00 AM ET
Categories: Morning click | Tags: Aventura, Lady Gaga, Willie Nelson
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