Kings of Leon and Bon Jovi Record Album for Australian Flood Victims
Stars including Kings of Leon, Pink, Bob Dylan and Bon Jovi have joined the campaign to raise money for victims of the Australian floods by donating tracks to a new charity album.
The state of Queensland has been left devastated after heavy rains caused major flooding in the region earlier this month, with more than 25 people feared dead and thousands forced to flee their homes.
A campaign has been launched to fund the massive clean-up operation, and a number of high-profile stars have lent their support to a money-raising CD called "Flood Relief - Artists for the Flood Appeal". The record features 59 previously unreleased tracks, also from Australian artists including Powderfinger, Midnight Oil and Crowded House. Every artist has offered their music for free, according to the AAP.
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