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Topic - James Brennan
Some of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll were on the bill for the nationally televised "12-12-12" concert to benefit victims of Superstorm Sandy, but the charity in charge of distributing donations has been thinking small when it comes to doling out the $50 million-plus raised by Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones and other stars.
"This was really way over my head," Mr. Brennan said. "But there is so much more that these people need. I could probably rattle off 500 families right now that don't have washers and dryers and have no way of paying for them."
Since then, the group has repaired plumbing, electrical and heating systems in close to 100 homes, he said.