Lance Bass made a shocking admission on Wednesday.
While he didn't specifically name
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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.
Starting next month, Starbucks stores across the US and Canada will be selling Every Mother Counts 2012, a compilation CD featuring some of the biggest names in the music biz and even some unheard tracks.
$8 of every CD sold will go to benefit maternal mortality reduction programs globally.
An amazing cause and great music? It doesn't get any better than that!
Check out the complete track listing (after the jump)!
We hope your Hunger Games appetite hasn't been satisfied QUITE yet, as we have one more juicy morsel for your lips!! (well, ears).
The legendary Sting has taken it upon himself to take you on a haunting journey through the Deep In The Meadow lullaby, with additional lyrics and instrumentals that breathe a certain eeriness to the original short and sweet melody.
As avid fans, we KNOW you remember the tear-inducing lullaby Katniss sings to lull little Rue into her everlasting slumber - and now you can check out the FULL LENGTH version sung by Sting (above)!!
It's very pretty, but we're not sure we'd want either version sung to us before bedtime…lest we get nightmares!!
The Rainforest Fund announced its April 3rd 2012 benefit concert and it will be at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage.
The event, sponsored by Revlon, will feature some HUGE acts including
Amazing! How is this Ke$ha?!?
If we didn't know who was singing we would have NEVER guessed it was the girl who brushes her teeth with Jack Daniel's.
This version of Bob Dylan's Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright(above) was recorded for music Amnesty International’s upcoming Chimes Of Freedom: The Songs Of Bob Dylan compilation.
Ke$ha says covering Dylan was emotional experience. She explained:
A star-studded CD collection of Bob Dylan cover songs is being released to benefit Amnesty International.
The four CD collection will feature all new or unreleased songs except for the title track, Chimes of Freedom.
Releasing January 24, 2011, the producers in charge will be the same as a Darfur benefit album featuring John Lennon songs.
A total of 80 artists and 75 songs will be released.
The disc released will also mark and celebrate Amnesty's 50th birthday.
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"People are going to stop buying CDs. People are going to stop selling and making them, so I am looking for different ways to get music to people, and the [app] at the moment seems to be the favorite. The app is the new model. It's very full and can also be constantly updated, so it's not a static thing. It's organic."
–Sting to Billboard on the impending doom of compact discs
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