Video by Rumson Teen Inspires Train to Play Benefit Show in Monmouth County
An amateur video shot by a Rumson teenager that chronicles the impact of Superstorm Sandy has caught the eye of a Grammy-winning band that now plans to play a benefit concert.
Singer Pat Monahan of the band Train posted on his blog that a YouTube video by 15-year-old Charlotte Nagy of Rumson moved him.
A publicist for the band with hits like "Hey, Soul Sister," says Train plans to play a small private concert Dec. 5 at the Sea Bright fire department to raise funds for a charity Nagy started called Sea Bright Rising.
Nagy's 30-minute video shows images of Sea Bright and the surrounding areas before, during and after the storm.
Here's the video that caught Pat Monahan's eye.
(The Associated Press contributed to this story.)