Camp Fire benefit concerts include Too $hort, country singers

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Musicians are starting to hold concerts to raise money for those who survived the devastating Camp Fire in Butte County earlier this month.

One of the biggest headliners is Oakland rapper Too $hort who will perform a benefit show Dec. 21, at San Francisco's 1015 Folsom from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m.  Joining Short will be rappers Aux Cord and ColdSoggyFries.

Tickets are $17 and all proceeds will be giving to the North County Valley Foundation.

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New Country KNCI 105.1 radio station is also hosting a Camp Fire Benefit Concert on Dec. 3 at 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.  at The Grounds In Roseville, featuring Matt Nathanson and Carly Pearce. General Admission tickets are $20. All the money will go toward the Salvation Army.

In addition, two Paradise residents, Nate Smith and Miykael Goodwin, wrote an original song about surviving the fire, and they've been playing it at funerals and on radio stations for free.