Swift's rep, Tree Paine, tells PerezHilton.com:
Wow. Wow. Wow.
Kanye is straight-up INSANE!!!!!
Have an extra $125-$1000 you want to do something awesome with?
Well you should probably get tickets for the benefit marking the 25th anniversary milestone of the Children's Health Fund:
Over the past 25 years, Children’s Health Fund has expanded nationwide to become the primary source of medical care for thousands of homeless and low-income families and now has 25 programs operating in 17 states and Washington, DC.
The tickets available to the public are SUPER limited, which makes sense, because this is a crazy once-in-a-lifetime thing!
AND it's for a great cause!
Click here for more info.
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Not all wood is harvested sustainably or even legally, even when it comes to guitar making!
So several big musicians and bands have decided to only buy instruments if the wood had come from a sustainable source.
The Rainforest Fund announced its April 3rd 2012 benefit concert and it will be at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage.
The event, sponsored by Revlon, will feature some HUGE acts including
This is tragic.
An ambulance arrived at his house in response to a report of a man suffering cardiac arrest. Sadly, Paxton died shortly after they go there.
The actual cause of death won’t be known for sure until an autopsy is performed.
Paxton lived a life giving back to people by teaching them how to be more in tune with their body and mind.
He will be missed.
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Sting has joined a list of impressive musicians on a charity album to benefiting the victims of Australia's recent tsunami.
The album titled Flood Relief - Artists For The Flood Appeal, features music from Pink, Kings of Leon, Beyoncé, Foo Fighters, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel and John Mayer, who each donated a track to the three-disc album released yesterday by Sony.
Sting is also touring the country asking fans to donate at his concerts.
It's great to see all these celebs working for a great cause!
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