Phillip Phillips Joins the PS22 Chorus For Hurricane Sandy Relief

American Idol winner, Phillip Phillips joined forces with the PS22 chorus of Staten Island to raise money for those devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

The 30 minute concert streamed live on yesterday (Nov. 15). The famed chorus had recently covered Phillip’s “Home” and after the hurricane, the singer reached out to the group about doing something together for relief efforts.

Staten Island, where the middle school is located, was particularly hard it in the aftermath of the storm.

Check out some of the performances.  The StageIt stream wasn’t perfect, so be prepared for a few glitches!  Read more and watch the entire concert in one stretch at

Phillip debuted a brand new song “Gone Gone Gone” which is my favorite song on his new album, The World from the Side of the Moon.

Phillip also performed the new song, “Man on the Moon”

Elvis Duran from Z100 told Phillip on air, that if he sang “The Trolley Song” from the Judy Garland musical, Meet Me in St. Louis, he would donate $6,000. You cannot miss this.  PAY UP ELVIS.

Phillip also covered the Oasis tune “Wonderwall” and kicked off the concert with Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”



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