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The Foundation to Be Named Later, which raises money for organizations that help kids, announced the lineup for its annual winter Hot Stove Cool Music benefit, to be held Jan. 11 at the Paradise Rock Club. Performing at this year's event will be Buffalo Tom's Bill Janovitz, Tanya Donelly, guitarist/Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein, Howie Day, Kay Hanley, The Baseball Project (which features Peter Buck and Mike Mills of R.E.M.), and Trigger Hippy, which features Joan Osborne and members of the Black Crowes. As usual, Epstein and Peter Gammons will host the night, and "Glee" actor Mike O'Malley will emcee.

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