It started with Band Aid, then “We Are The World.” Soon after, charity singles were released for different causes, for better or worse.
The recording of “We Are The World” was one of the biggest 80s charity music events. And it was a little more than crazy.
Jack Black is the last guy you’d think of covering The Beatles. But his inventive (and funny) sendup of “Abbey Road” is for a good cause.
In 1971, George Harrison pulled in rock star friends for the first charity concert of its kind. His son Dhani has plans to revive it.