Stars from ‘The Sopranos’ hold benefit show to raise money for fallen friend’s family

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Stars from the hit HBO series "The Sopranos" took the New York stage and gave quite the powerful performance.
It all happened Monday night at The Cutting Room.
Seven cast members shared the stage with Renegade Theater Company and other rock 'n roll legends.

Web extra: Rock 'n Roll legends discuss their careers and why they are glad to be part of benefit concert

All the proceeds went to the family of Jack Ferry, a firefighter, actor, husband and father.  He was also a close friend of Steve and Maureen Van Zandt.

"We were hoping to raise like $5,000 but it looks like we're going to hit $20,000," Steve Van Zandt said. "It's a nice way to honor Jack's work and life."

Jack Ferry recently appeared on shows like "The Blacklist" and "Broadwalk Empire" before suffering a stroke in August. He was 42 years old.

Web extra: Rock on! Stars from 'The Sopranos' and Renegade Theater Company sing finale at their benefit concert

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