It’s a noble cause, for sure.
And soon, the likes of Slash and Glenn Hughes will be contributing to a compilation record that’ll be sold and whose sales will benefit R.A.T., or Rock Against Trafficking.
Aeroemith’s Steven Tyler is also involved, along with Neal Schon of Journey, Joe Bonamassa, and Heart.
The first project R.A.T. is producing is Set Them Free, a compilation album of the music industry’s top stars performing the music of Sting and The Police.
I love The Police. Go ahead…judge me, fuckers.
Rock Against Trafficking is a nonprofit organization established to fight for the end of child slavery worldwide. The mission of the nonprofit is to create awareness of this crisis and provide resources for the rescue and restoration o victims through the power of music. The nonprofit is using the power of music through partnering with top stars in the entertainment industry to create global awareness of the epidemic of child labor and sex trafficking.
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