Powderfinger, The Chats, Violent Soho and different artists have signed a rare guitar to be raffled off as a part of a brand new attraction launched at present (July 1) via Support Act’s Help A Mate service.
Help A Mate provides a possibility for the music group to lift cash for an artist or music employee in disaster. According to its phrases and situations, the fundraiser has been organised by 15-year-old Lucas from Queensland.
A Fender Jimi Hendrix Stratocaster Electric Guitar has been signed by 24 musicians from 14 totally different bands. Find a full listing of signatures under.
“The amazing generosity of the people in the music industry has helped me put this amazing prize together to raise much-needed funds for this life-saving charity,” Lucas wrote on the raffle’s webpage.
“I am a 15-year-old student who hopes to one day have a career in the music industry. When the industry was shut down due to COVID-19 I knew I had to do something. When we listen to music we love and follow bands, they become like our mates.”
The prize is valued at $4,000, with entries open at present till August 26. Details, phrases and situations and raffle entry will be discovered right here.
The Fender Jimi Hendrix Stratocaster Electric Guitar has been signed by:
Bernard Fanning, Ian Haug, Jon Coghill, John Collins (Powderfinger),
Eamon Sandwith (The Chats),
Simon Ridley, Shane Parsons (DZ Deathrays)
Luke Henry, Michael Richards (Violent Soho)
BC Michaels (Dune Rats)
Pat Davern (Grinspoon)
Daniel Simpson (Redundants)
Matt Cochran (Pandemic)
Sophia De Marco (Blussh)
Patience Hodgson (The Grates)
Maz Devita, Tom Griffin, Tom Bloomfield, Ewan Birtwell, James Gatling (Waax), Kate McGuire (Voiid)
Louise Sanders, Tegan Le Plastrier (Being Jane Lane)
Lindsay McDougall (Frenzal Rhomb)
Chris Archie Crook (Bad Neighbour)
Callum Robison (Semantics)