Bret Michaels put on a concert Sunday in Norfolk, Neb., to raise money to benefit residents of a tiny town destroyed by twin tornadoes in June. The hamlet of Pilger " home to about 400 people " saw many of its buildings destroyed and two people died when the tornadoes struck June 16. Fifteen people were injured. On Sunday, Michaels held a concert at the DeVent Center, fulfilling a promise he made after he visited the town and saw the destruction first-hand the week after the storm. "We want people to feel great. I want to make this a celebration of the spirit of really what Nebraska is," he said. "Music has such a healing element to it." All the money raised from the concert and additional donations to Michaels' foundation, Life Rocks, amounted to $45,000.