Bruno Mars to pro­vide Thanks­giv­ing meals for 24K

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NEW YORK — Bruno Mars will mark the end of his mas­sive “24K Magic World Tour” by pro­vid­ing meals to 24,000 Hawaii res­i­dents in need for the Thanks­giv­ing hol­i­day.

The Hawai­ian-born singer an­nounced last week he do­nated money for the food to the Sal­va­tion Army’s Hawai­ian and Pa­cific Is­lands Divi­sion, which hosts an an­nual Thanks­giv­ing meal pro­gram to help those in need.

Mars was set to per­form the fi­nal show of his 200date tour at Aloha Sta­dium in Honolulu this past Sun­day. It was his third con­sec­u­tive night at the 50,000-seat venue.

The per­former’s tour is in sup­port of his multi-plat­inum 2016 al­bum, “24K Magic.” It won six Grammy Awards ear­lier this year, in­clud­ing al­bum, song and record of the year.

The al­bum in­cludes the hits “That’s What I Like,” “Finesse” and “24K Magic.”

NEW YORK — Joe Perry is feel­ing the love from fans af­ter he was hos­pi­tal­ized with breath­ing prob­lems that be­gan af­ter a guest per­for­mance with Billy Joel in New York.

The Aero­smith gui­tarist tweeted last Tues­day: “Do­ing well, thanks for the love and sup­port.”

Perry’s pub­li­cists said in a state­ment that the 68-yearold felt short of breath af­ter a per­for­mance at Madi­son Square Gar­den.

Paramedics back­stage gave Perry oxy­gen and used a tra­cheal tube to clear his air­way be­fore tak­ing him to the hos­pi­tal.

The state­ment said Perry is ex­pected to re­turn to the road this month.

Perry had joined the 69-year-old Joel on stage for a ren­di­tion of Aero­smith’s “Walk This Way.”

Aero­smith’s Perry tweets ‘do­ing well’ af­ter hos­pi­tal­iza­tion The As­so­ci­ated Press

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