DJ AM Makes First Public Appearance Since Deadly Plane Crash

DJ AM made his first public appearance in Hollywood Tuesday since surviving a deadly plane crash with friend Travis Barker last month, People magazine is reporting.

AM, 35, whose real name is Adam Goldstein, was joined on stage by his closest friends at the five-hour benefit concert, including fellow deejays Mix Master Mike, Steve Aoki and Mark Ronson, as well as "That 70s Show" actor Danny Masterson, People said.

AM suffered burns on his arm and a portion of his head. Barker, 32 — who recently called Goldstein an "inspiration"— remains hospitalized in L.A., People said.

Goldstein was in good spirits at the concert however, laughing with friends and singing along to the music, People said.

"I've known him since we were kids," musician Cisco Adler told People. "I just saw him since the first time [since the crash] and it was literally an amazing moment."

Proceeds from the concert went to the families of the crash victims, which included the aircraft pilot, co-pilot and two friends of Barker and Goldstein.

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