British singer James Blunt is set to pay tribute to the work he saw members of Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres perform while serving in the army - by headlining a fundraiser for the charity. The YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL singer admits he was always impressed by the tireless efforts of charity workers in Kosovo when he was stationed there while serving as a reconnaissance officer. And now he'll perform at a fundraising concert at Hollywood's House of Blues on 16 November (06). In addition to the benefit concert at the House of Blues, at each venue on Blunt's current US tour, a personal, one-on-one after-concert meet and greet with the singer will be auctioned at the show's merchandise booth, with all proceeds going to Doctors Without Borders/MSF. Blunt has raised over $70,000 (GBP39,000) since he started auctioning off his time for the charity organisation earlier this year (06).