HOBOKEN, NJ - The "Hoboken Sound" is going virtual Thursday night, as an incredible lineup of acts will perform, entertain and raise money to support Hoboken residents and local Hoboken businesses affected by COVID-19.

The Hoboken Relief Fund Music Festival will bring together an all-star ensemble of musical talent, including Yo La Tengo, Marshall Crenshaw, Freedy Johnston, Jim Babjak (The Smithereens), Julio Fernandez (Spyro Gyra), Graham Maby (Joe Jackson Band), Glenn Mercer (The Feelies), N’Kenge (Motown The Musical), Joe Taino, Maxima Alerta, Frankie Morales (Tito Puente Orchestra), Mary Lee Kortes, Rebecca Turner and more.

Special guest Todd “Todd-o-Phonic Todd” Abramson, WFMU personality and former Maxwell's music maven, will also be joining the program.

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Along the way, members of the Hoboken community will be voicing their support for the Hoboken Relief Fund, organized to support independently-owned Hoboken businesses and Hoboken residents who have suffered adverse economic impact as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. CLICK HERE to donate.

Thursday's show kicks off at 7:00 p.m. on Facebook Live.

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