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Jackson Browne, Others Step Up for Feeding America Food Banks
Jackson Browne, HEART, Little Steven, Melissa Etheridge, Ani Difranco, Nils Lofgren, Indigo Girls, The Verbs (Steve Jordans new band), Willie Nile, Joe Grushecky & the Houserockers - along with a spoken track of John Lennon "Apathy Isn't it") - a soundscape about america & hunger, entitled "redemption #9" inspired by the Beatles track "Revolution 9"; a student-produced mashUp inspired by Joan Baez and Pete Seeger, plus 4 select emerging artists are slated to appear on a unique CD aimed to respond to food banks growing demand and coming cuts to food stamps and other support for the needy.
The tunes4food - Redemption Day (soundtrack) album, produced by a Buffalo, NY grassroots, group, will be released on NOVEMBER 19. Proceeds will be split across Food Banks in 3 hard hit cities, Buffalo, Cleveland & Long Island.
"John Lennon was quoted as saying he wanted to be remembered as a famous peacenik, and he worked tirelessly to get the anti-war message out during his lifetime. Our song, 'Dear Old America' speaks through the eyes of a young soldier in 2013 struggling with the reality of modern war and its painful effects on our world and its families. We dedicate this song to all those wounded and in need."
WITH LOVE, ANN WILSON, HEART