The late New York Dolls guitarist died on January 13 at the age of 69.
A new show at NYC's Madison Square Garden has also been added to the band's itinerary.
The record features four of Clayton’s original compositions, as well as Duke Ellington’s "Take The Coltrane".
The ‘Late Show’ bandleader and activist is joined by New Orleans’ St. Augustine High School Marching 100 and the Gospel Soul Children on the poignant title track from his forthcoming album.
Hosted by RuPaul’s Drag Race judge Michelle Visage, the event takes place this Thursday, 23 April.
The band also play two New York City album release shows - at Rough Trade in Brooklyn and the Bowery Ballroom in Manhattan - to mark the release.
The trek take the fast-rising star's live show to some of the world’s biggest arenas including New York City’s Madison Square Garden on 15 March
Queen’s Brian May said, “Like Live Aid in 1985, we believe this concert will be a milestone."
Elton John said; “I’m a huge fan of both the book and the feature film, and a huge aficionado of the fashion world."
Also headlining are Pharrell Williams, Alicia Keys, OneRepublic, H.E.R. and Carole King.
Zinner will perform at New York’s Rockefeller Plaza with a 51-person orchestra and guests stars including Patti Smith guitarist Lenny Kaye.
Van Zandt says of his new songs, “I wanted to make it like 12 little movies where I could play a different character in each song and have some fun with that”.
The rapper will reprise his ‘B-Sides’ shows, featuring deep cuts and rarely performed tracks from his discography.
The documentary’s includes interviews with Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon and photographer David Bailey among other notables.
Late night commuters filled the 34th Street station and sang along to the singer's hits 'Hang With Me' and 'Dancing On My Own'.