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Boy George, Sir Cliff Richard, Ronan Keating, Jamie Cullum, Chris Rea, Robin and Barry Gibb, Olivia Newton-John, and opera singer Russell Watson have all been approached to record a charity single for the victims of the Asian tsunami disaster. Radio DJ Mike Read wrote the song, 'Grief Never Grows Old.' The musical recording is expected to raise Ģ2m for the relief efforts.
"Sharon & Ozzy Osbourne are heading the Disaster Emergency Committee donations campaign. The Osbournes themselves gave Ģ25,000 to help victims overcome the terrible tsunami disaster. ""We can save lives and get people back on their feet"", the Osbournes said. ""We need to give money to help the survivors."" To make a donation, call 0870 6060 900 or visit http://www.dec.org.uk/.
"Sandra Bullock, the star of “Speed” and “Miss Congeniality"", donated $1 million to the American Red Cross appeal to support relief efforts in the South Asian countries affected by the earthquake and subsequent tsunamis. Bullock also made a $1 million donation following the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
"The NBC Universal Television Group will broadcast a benefit on January 15th to raise funds for the victims of the tsunami in Southern Asia. The hour-long program will feature Sheryl Crow, Christina Aquilera, and Tim McGraw and will air across NBC's broadcast and cable channels, which include USA Networks, Bravo, Trio, SCI FI, MSNBC, and CNBC.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|