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Anne Hathaway, Denzel Washington Give Peace (Concert) a Chance

19 November 2010 7:22 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

See? Some celebrities really do use their powers for good. Take Anne Hathaway and Denzel Washington, who will represent Hollywood when they cohost the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo Dec. 11. But if you're trying to find a cohesive theme among the concert's performers, well, stop now… The rather disparate musical stylings of Florence + the Machine, India.Arie, Elvis Costello, Robyn, Jamiroquai, Colbie Caillat, Barry Manilow (shout-out to the fanilows!) and pianist Herbie Hancock will comprise the international set list for the night, which takes place the day after the Nobel prize is handed out. Incidentally, the night will all be in honor of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu »

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A.R. Rahman performs at the 17th Annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert

17 November 2010 3:46 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Singer songwriter A.R. Rahman will perform at the 17th Annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert on December 11th in Oslo, Norway. The two-time Grammy and Academy Award winning artist will join a star studded line-up of musicians that include Barry Manilow, Jamiroquai, India.Arie, Florence + The Machine, Herbie Hancock, Robyn, Elvis Costello and Colbie Caillat. Academy Award winning Actor Denzel Washington will host the event, which will be broadcast around the world following the Nobel Peace Prize Awards. A.R. Rahman's score for the recently released Danny Boyle film 127 Hours is receiving critical accolades. This marks the second collaboration for A.R. Rahman and Danny Boyle. Rahman went from the sounds and propulsive rhythms of Mumbai, India in »

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