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Beyonce Debuts Post Baby Body At Jay Z Concert

Beyonce stepped out for husband Jay-Z’s concert at Carnegie Hall Monday night, marking the her first public appearance since giving birth to daughter Blue Ivy Carter on January 7. The new mom displayed her slim post-baby body in a form fitting Alice Temperly dress, Christian Louboutin heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

Jay-Z performed with Alicia Keys and Nas, but the most special moment of the show was when the rapper sang “Glory,” which he wrote about Blue Ivy. The track features Blue’s cry. Before heading to an afterparty at the 40/40 nightclub, Beyonce told New York Daily News the concert “was amazing.”

Blue is the first child for the couple, who tied the knot in 2008. Beyonce and Jay-Z described her birth as “emotional and extremely peaceful.” “It was the best experience of both of our lives. We are thankful to everyone for all your prayers, well wishes, love and support,” they said in a statement.


Carnegie Hall Invites You to Redemption Song on October 5

On October 5, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. in Zankel Hall, the Carnegie Hall Notables program—a membership and ticket program for music enthusiasts in their 20s and 30s—presents REDEMPTION SONG, an evening of conversation and performance exploring the relationship between artistry, dependency, recovery, and longevity. This event features a one-night-only conversation between influential entertainers in music discussing struggles with drugs or alcohol. The evening will benefit music education in the New York metropolitan area by supporting the many music education programs made possible by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute.

Musician, actor, and activist against substance abuse Henry Rollins will host an open discussion interspersed with readings and performance, inviting the audience to listen to musicians as they reflect upon their personal journeys and the impact that obstacles have had on their music. Blues, folk, jazz musician, and singer-songwriter, Rickie Lee Jones will perform selections from her acclaimed body of work, musician and drummer Steven Adler (Guns N’ Roses, Adler’s Appetite) will read from his book My Appetite for Destruction: Sex, and Drugs, and Guns N’ Roses, and musician Darryl “DMC” McDaniels (Run-DMC) will also give a reading from his book King of Rock: Respect, Responsibility, and My Life with Run-DMC; and guitarist, songwriter, and author Ace Frehley (KISS) joins the panel.

Immediately following the discussion and performance, attendees are invited to attend an exclusive afterparty sponsored by FUZE Beverage at Providence, formerly a world-famous recording studio where The Rolling Stones, The Ramones, and Jimi Hendrix created iconic records. Steven Adler will sign copies of My Appetite for Destruction: Sex, and Drugs, and Guns N’ Roses at the afterparty where guests will receive a complimentary copy.

Redemption Song and all annual Notables season-launch events are generously underwritten by Pia and Jimmy Zankel. Mr. Zankel also serves as the Co-Chair of the Notables program.

The October 5 panel discussion and afterparty are free for Carnegie Hall Notables members at the Supporter level and higher. Admission is $40 for Notables members at the Prelude level and $60 for the general public. For more information, please call 212-903-9734, or visit
The Henry Rollins Show: Season One