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Bryan Adams to headline peace concerts in West Bank, Israel
Canadian rocker Bryan Adams will headline two concerts for peace in the West Bank and Israel this week, according to the New York-based OneVoice organization.
“Our goal is to send a message to the world, that the Palestinian people love life, and hope for life and liberation,” said Fathi Darwish from OneVoice on Sunday.
The 47-year-old musician, known for hits such as Heaven, Summer of 69 and (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, will first perform on Thursday at a football stadium in the ancient town of Jericho in the West Bank and then finish off the day with a concert in Tel Aviv.
The concerts will be broadcast via satellite to locations in Ottawa, London and Washington D.C.
OneVoice has campaigned on behalf of Israelis and Palestinians, demanding their leaders sit down to finalize an agreement on a Palestinian state living in peace with Israel.
Celebrity supporters of OneVoice will also be sending out messages during the concert via videolink. Hollywood backers of One Voice include Brad Pitt, Rhea Perlman, Danny DeVito, Jason Alexander and Jennifer Aniston.
OneVoice says it has collected more than half a million signatories to its initiative and is aiming to reach the one million mark by the end of the year.
The Oct. 18 concerts will be free but concertgoers must sign the One Voice petition to gain entrance.
Adams, who is an officer of the Order of Canada, has participated in and organized numerous charity concerts over the years. He’s done Live Aid, Rock For Amnesty and Live 8, as well as special performances to aid earthquake victims in India in 2004 and in Pakistan in 2005.