Wyclef Jean Leads Haiti Telethon, Coheed and Cambria talk 'Rainbow'

<p>Friday's telethon for Haiti boasts A-list performers, new compilation released for Haiti relief, Coheed and Cambria talk about new concept album.</p>

In today's Daily Noise, brought to you by Fuse and Billboard.com, the Wyclef Jean and George Clooney-led fundraising telethon for Haiti earthquake relief will be televised on Friday, Jan. 22 across the major networks and many cable channels. Performers will include Bono, Sting and Justin Timberlake, and the show will benefit the Red Cross, UNICEF, Oxfam America, Partners in Health and Jean's Yele Haiti Foundation. Another Haiti-supporting effort is "Download to Donate for Haiti," available at musicforrelief.org, which features a brand new compilation of never-released songs from artists including Alanis Morissette, Enrique Iglesias and Slash. In New Noise, Claudio Sanchez of Coheed and Cambria talks about the personal elements of upcoming album "Year of the Black Rainbow," a prequel to the band's previous four-album concept saga.