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AIDS and Africa
The Red Hot + Riot album (14th in the Red Hot series) is a tribute to Nigerian afro-pop pioneer, Nigerian activist and AIDS victim, Fela Ankiulapo Kuti. At the turn of the millennium, AIDS rose to pandemic levels in Africa.
Bread and Roses Charity Organization
The charity organization Bread and Roses was founded by Mimi Farina in 1974. It's mission is to provide free, live, quality entertainment to people who live in institutions or are otherwise isolated from society. The name was inspired by a 1911 poem by James Oppenheim (1882-1932). Over the course of the 20th century, the imagery of bread and roses has since become symbolic of the labor and women's rights movements. Mimi Farina is Joan Baez's younger sister. Mimi and her husband Richard released two well received folk albums in the mid 1960s. Richard died in a motorcycle accident in 1967 and Mimi Farina passed away in 2001 of lung cancer.
Carnival: Rainforest Foundation Concert
On April 21st, 2004 some of foremost musicians gathered in Carnegie Hall to raise awareness and funds for rainforests. Artists who performed included Sting, Elton John, Billy Joel, James Taylor and Bette Midler. The Rainforest Foundation was founded in 1989 by Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, "in response to the continued violation of indigenous people's, and the wanton destruction of the rainforests in which they live." The 2004 concert was the 12th anniversary of the benefit concert. The release "Carnival: Rainforest Foundation Concert" is mostly a studio album that captures the spirit of the event.
Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles
"Common Thread: The Songs Of The Eagles" is a compilation of Eagles songs performed by Nashville artists. The album was released in October 1993 and was awarded the Country Music Association’s Album of The Year Award in 1994. A portion of the sales from the album benefits the Walden Woods Project, which was founded by Don Henley in 1990 to help protect the woodland area surrounding Henry David Thoreau’s Walden Pond. Henry Thoreau (1817-1862) was an American essayist, poet and philosopher renowned for the philosophy of Transcendentalism whose tenants were laid out in his masterwork, "Walden" (1854).
Concert for Bangladesh
The quintessential benefit concert was "The Concert for Bangladesh" organized by ex-Beatle George Harrison. The goal was to raise funds to help homeless Bengali refugees of the 1971 India-Pakistan war.
Concerts for the People of Kampuchea
Nearly a decade after George Harrison's Concert for Bangladesh, fellow ex-Beatle Paul McCartney organized this three night benefit in 1979 for victims of Pol Pot's reign of terror in Cambodia.
The first Farm Aid concert was held on Sept 22, 1985 to help American farmers. Founding members John Mellencamp, Willie Nelson and Neil Young who were motivated by the succcess of the Live Aid effort.
For Our Children: Pediatric AIDS Relief
"For Our Children" was released in 1990 and featured twenty children's songs sung by rock stars including Little Richard, Bruce Springsteen, Harry Nilsson and Barbra Streisand. The second in the series "For Our Children Too!: To Benefit Pediatric AIDS Foundation" followed in 1996. Proceeds from the releases benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS foundation was founded in 1988 by co-founder Elizabeth Glaser after discovering she, her daughter, and her son were all infected with HIV. Glaser passed away in 1994, but her organization is now the leading national non-profit organization dedicated to identifying, funding and conducting critical pediatric AIDS research.
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