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"Where" & Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody" Performed for Japan

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Published on May 4, 2011

Young music sensation Cecilia Gault performed her original song "Where" at the City Wineries' Bridge to Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Benefit Concert. Gault joined an all-star cast that included Patti Smith, Lenny Kaye, Jesse Smith, Rachael Yamagata, Tift Merritt, Marshall Crenshaw, Dar Williams, Lucy Wainwright Roche, Nicole Atkins, Paula Cole, Ben Sollee, classic pianist Taka Kigawa, and the New York based big band Morning Musuko. One hundred percent of net proceeds ($34,000) to benefit the Japan victims via American Red Cross.
Then at the Japan Benefit Concert hosted by Emilie Cardinaux on April 10, 2011 at The Living Room on Ludlow Street NYC. Cecilia performs "Where" then covered Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody" at the Outer Child Japan Benefit to a sold out crowd - they raised $2500 for Japan.

Influenced by Bob Dylan, My Chemical Romance and Adele, the now 13 year old Japanese-American singer/songwriter is being hailed a rising star. The young musical genius has a voice reminiscent of Fiona Apple and evokes a passion that is well beyond her years. Industry insiders are saying there is nothing typical about this upcoming starlet.
Gault co-wrote "Where" with singer/songwriter Josh Charles.

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