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Canadians release AIDS charity song
TORONTO (CP) – Canadian musicians have recorded a benefit single to generate awareness about the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa.
Song for Africa features artists including Ian D’Sa of Billy Talent, Ian Thornley of Big Wreck, Gordie Johnson of Big Sugar, Kyle Riabko, Titcomb and Damhnait Doyle.
It was released to radio earlier this week.
“With over 6,500 preventable deaths happening daily due to AIDS in Africa, and an entire generation of children being orphaned, it is time we shed some light on the matter,” says Winnipeg music producer Darcy Ataman, who co-wrote the song with Rob Wells, Luke McMaster and Simon Wilcox.
Proceeds from the project will go towards helping Free the Children support a mobile health unit in Kenya.
A music video for the song will be played at the Aug. 13 opening ceremonies of the AIDS 2006 World Conference in Toronto.