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Keith Relief hosts charity concert

by Mackenzie McCluer / Chicago Blackhawks
Keith Relief, the charity founded by defenseman Duncan Keith and his wife, Kelly-Rae, hosted its second benefit concert on Jan. 20, 2014, at Joe's Bar on Weed Street in Chicago.

keith taking photo
Duncan Keith poses for a photo with an attendee during the charity concert, which featured country music star Lee Brice. Proceeds from the event benefitted Keith Relief and the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana.

silent auction
Additionally, the event featured live and silent auctions with framed photographs, signed jerseys and paintings. Keith Relief's first charity concert, held in 2012, raised approximately $90,000.

hats and t-shirts on sale
Also available were Keith Relief hats and T-shirts, including a shirt that referenced the defenseman's infamous speech from the 2013 Stanley Cup championship rally.

keith addressing crowd
Keith addresses the crowd ahead of the performance. Before the event, Keith shared his top 10 favorite country songs with the Blackhawks Blog.

lee brice
Lee Brice performs one of his songs during the charity concert.

Attendees cheer during Lee Brice's performance. Click here for a video of Keith and Brice promoting the concert.

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