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Posted on July 12, 2011 | Tags:

DAVID LYNCH FOUNDATION MUSIC launches DOWNLOAD FOR GOOD: Music That Changes The World, a star-studded digital music compilation to benefit the David Lynch Foundation (www.davidlynchfoundation.org) that is now available exclusively on the iTunes Store, http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/download-for-good/id445954687.

 

Posted on July 11, 2011 | Tags: , , , ,

07.13: The world rocked all at the same time for charity, today in 1985. Live Aid took place simultaneously at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia and Wembley Stadium in London, raising millions of dollars for the needy in Ethiopia. Among the notable acts that played: The Who, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, U2, Madonna, and a monumental performance by the incomparable Queen. Organized by Boomtown Rats lead singer Bob Geldof (of the one hit wonder "I Don't Like Mondays" and the role of "Pink" in the film Pink Floyd's The Wall), Live Aid proved to be much bigger than anyone ever suspected it could be. It had been initially hoped that the shows would raise over a million dollars, but, when all was said and done, it raised over 150 million dollars. Not bad, Bob Geldof, not bad.

Posted on July 11, 2011 | Tags:

As part of their 40 Days That Rock, The Hard Rock Cafe in Minneapolis honored a local House of Charity Client.  To read more click here.  TAKE TIME TO BE KIND.

 

 

Posted on July 08, 2011 | Tags: ,

Sydney, AUS, July 8, 2011 – Rock has officially returned to the Harbour City!  Today, Hard Rock International is proud to introduce its newest rock star location Down Under.  Hard Rock Cafe returns to Sydney, joining the existing cafe location in Surfers Paradise, as Australia’s newest premier entertainment and dining destination, delivering a one-of-a-kind experience to guests. 

Posted on July 07, 2011 | Tags: ,

HAPPY BIRTHDAY RINGO!  Along with thousands of fans, friends and family, Ringo Starr celebrated his 71st birthday today at the Hard Rock Cafe, Hamburg Germany, with a moment of "Peace & Love". 

 

Photo Credit: (C) Rob Shanahan

Ringo also made a wish come true and had Joshua Badder, a local Make-A-Wish "kid", attend the event with his family, where he exchanged gifts with Ringo to celebrate the occasion.

Posted on July 07, 2011 | Tags: , ,

HAPPY BIRTHDAY RINGO!

RINGO STARR INVITES THE WORLD TO CELEBRATE HIS BIRTHDAY ON JULY 7 2011 WITH A GLOBAL MOMENT OF PEACE AND LOVE “NOON, YOUR TIME, WHEREVER YOU ARE………..”

Today, July 7, 2011, Ringo Starr will turn 71 and he will celebrate his birthday at Hard Rock Cafe Hamburg. At Noon, Ringo will be joined by family, friends and fans all together in one simple salute: "Peace & Love." Please join the wave of Peace & Love as it continues this July 7, 2011. Whether you say it along with a crowd, out loud as you go about your day, Tweet it or simply think the words, we hope you will join Ringo in celebrating “Peace & Love” wherever you are at Noon your local time.

Posted on July 06, 2011 | Tags: , , , ,

Though it's been officially open for a few weeks, Hard Rock Cafe Florence celebrated its grand opening with a party the likes of which this company hasn't seen in a while: a full-blown street party where the whole town is invited! Actually, now that we reflect on the monumental nature of said street party, we're going to stop calling it that and call it a festival. Yes, Hard Rock Cafe Florence's grand opening was nothing short of a festival. Don't believe us? Check out the pics below.

Posted on July 05, 2011 | Tags: ,

In celebration of Hard Rock's 40th, and in collaboration with the gracious Janie Hendrix, artist Alan Aldridge and our friends at Fender, a one of a kind, custom Jimi Hendrix designed guitar was revealed at Hard Rock Calling, in London.  This iconic piece of music history was to commemorate the beginning of a future philanthropic program, details of which will be announced shortly - ALL IS ONE. 

 

07.04: What a wonderful world, indeed, as American jazz great Louis Armstrong, or Satchmo, as we love to call him, was born on this day in 1900. One of the greatest  trumpeters and bandleaders during the big band and swing eras of jazz, inarguably the most popular time for jazz, Armstrong's amazingly raspy, deep, and smokey voice will, in our mind, forever reverberate through our heads with the tune "What A Wonderful World." What a great song and an amazing talent. For real, seek out his work, a greatest hits collection, whatever, and you will not be disappointed. Happy birthday, Louie. You are one of the original rock stars.

Posted on July 04, 2011 | Tags:

The Hard Rock Calling festival in London helped raise awareness and much needed funds for Nordoff-Robbins, a UK based music charity dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable children and adults. LOVE ALL - SERVE ALL.

 

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