GRAMMY Foundation Legacy Concert

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Since its inception in 1988, one of the GRAMMY Foundation's core missions is to preserve historic music-related materials, such as recordings, films and photographs. As time elapses, many significant moments in music history are in danger of deteriorating to the point where they'll be lost forever. As such, each year the Foundation gives grants to archives, artists and other foundations with the goal of saving these materials for the enjoyment and education of future generations, in addition to producing an annual music preservation-themed GRAMMY Week event.

GRAMMY winners Erica Campbell, Melissa Etheridge, John Mellencamp and Willie Nelson were among the performers at Lean On Me: A Celebration Of Music And Philanthropy, the 17th Annual GRAMMY Foundation Legacy Concert presented by Seagate. The sold-out event took place Feb. 5 at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles and also featured performances by current GRAMMY nominee Aloe Blacc, R&B vocalist Deborah Cox, singer/songwriter Rozzi Crane, violinist Lindsey Stirling, GRAMMY-nominated artist Robin Thicke, and indie pop/rock band Walk The Moon.

Below are highlights from the event shared via Twitter and Instagram, video recap, and a complete set list of songs performed.

Robin before the Legacy Concert tonight. #robinthicke #grammys #legacyconcert

A photo posted by Robin Thicke Fan (@gostupid4thicke) on

Aloe Blacc and Melissa Etheridge duet on "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" #LegacyConcert

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Set List:

Rozzi Crane
"Get Together"
"Ooh Child"

Aloe Blacc
"We Shall Overcome" (Pete Seeger cover)
"Love Is The Answer"

John Mellencamp
"Longest Days"

Willie Nelson
"On The Road Again"
"We Don't Run"

Melissa Etheridge And Aloe Blacc
"While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (Beatles cover)

Walk The Moon And Deborah Cox
"All These Things That I've Done"
"Heroes"
"Gimme Shelter" (Rolling Stones cover)

Lindsey Stirling
"Do They Know It's Christmas?" (Band Aid cover)
"We Are The World" (USA For Africa cover)

Plain White T's
"True Colors" (Cyndi Lauper cover)

Robin Thicke
"Fragile"
"Higher Ground" with Erica Campbell (Stevie Wonder cover)

Melissa Etheridge
"I Need To Wake Up"
"Lean On Me" (Bill Withers cover)