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She & Him, Cold War Kids, Edward Sharpe, Cover Children’s Songs on Benefit Album

Chickens In Love to Support 826 LA

Feb 10, 2010 Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros Bookmark and Share


Educational non-profit 826LA has never been shy about calling in the star power for its benefits. (After all, founder; author Dave Eggers has quite the Rolodex.) This time, they’re recruiting Los Angeles-based musicians for an unusual benefit project called Chickens in Love.

Notable musicians, including She & Him, Cold War Kids, Fiona Apple, and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, among others, are set to perform and record songs penned by children. The young scribes were taught their crafts during a workshop with another notable band, The Submarines.

The album (release date TBA) can be preordered here.

The project will cumulate in a concert March 6 at Los Angeles’ Echoplex featuring: The Submarines, Summer Darling, The Happy Hollows, and The Growlers. Tickets are available here.

(via Pitchfork)

(www.826la)



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hejingjoy
July 8th 2011
7:27am

According to the characteristics of primary school age in class, used more fresh and interesting, vivid, the image of the things to attract the attention of students. Such as small animals, fairy tales, material objects will make the class lively. Also can be appropriately increased activity content, let the students to participate in, can make their attention to class.
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