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Sarah McLachlan To Perform At Autism Fundraiser

12:04 PM Wednesday 11/9/11 | |

Sarah McLachlan is ready to sing out in the fight against autism.

The musician is the first performer announced for a fundraiser to benefit Autism Speaks, a leading national science and advocacy group.

  • Sarah McLachlan

    Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, Wisc.
    March 11, 2011

    (Jen Bronenkant / Concert Livewire.com)

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Autism Speaks says the inaugural Blue Tie-Blue Jean Ball will be held Dec. 1 at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, with other stars to be announced.

McLachlan has friends and colleagues whose families are affected by the disorder and says she was honored to be part of the group’s goals. The goals include promoting awareness of autism spectrum disorders and raising money for research and prevention.


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