Music legends to perform at Zuccotti Park for protesters

Some musical legends are joining the rally against Wall Street in Manhattan today.Musicians and activists David Crosby and Graham Nash will perform a concert at

WOODBURY - Some musical legends are joining the rally against Wall Street in Manhattan today.

Musicians and activists David Crosby and Graham Nash will perform a concert at Zuccotti Park this afternoon.

The Occupy Wall Street website says the concert will be an acoustic set of protest songs. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young immortalized the 1970 Ken State protests where the National Guard shot and killed protesters in their song 'Ohio.'

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