Labels And Artists Lending A Hand To Those Affected By Natural Disasters

Since Hurricane Harvey, musicians and bands have been raising money to support those affected by natural disasters. Here's how you can help, too.
People wait in line for gas in Aibonito, Puerto Rico. / Joe Raedle / Getty Images

In late August, Hurricane Harvey dropped nearly fifty inches of rain on Houston and a broad swath of Texas. Between then and now, two more hurricanes have hit Florida, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean islands.

A week after Harvey made landfall, Hurricane Irma the Caribbean before making landfall in Florida as a Category 4 storm, flooding parts of Florida, South Carolina and Georgia, and destroying 25 percent of homes in the Florida Keys.

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