Dutch artists contribute to Greenpeace

25th January 2007, Comments 0 comments

Dutch music artists will be contributing songs to raise environmental awareness among the youth.

25 January 2007

AMSTERDAM – Dutch musical acts including Ali B, Blof, Zuco 103, Opgezwolle, Osdorp Posse and C-mon & Kypski are helping support environmental organisation Greenpeace.

Starting on Thursday fans can download music from these artists from the website www.greenpeacemusic.org. A part of the proceeds will go to charity.

The participating artists want to raise environmental awareness among the youth. The organisation is offering a wide range of music on the site in the hope that it can attract as many people as possible.

A new artist will be added every two weeks. The artists will be writing a new song or making a new version of an existing song for Greenpeace Music to highlight environmental issues.

Each song costs 1.50 euro. Part of this goes to Greenpeace.

[Copyright Expatica + ANP 2007]

Subject: Dutch news

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