As Covid-19 spread like wildfire around the world, health workers have become the most essential and crucial group of people dealing with this pandemic.

We believe to fight this virus, our health workers who are the Frontliners will need to be protected and feel comfortable at all times so they could perform their duties at ease.

But the biggest problem facing the hospitals and health institutions are a shortage of proper ‘Personal Protection Equipment’ (P.P.E.) which, if not act upon will lead to more calamities

Thus, we at mp3radio have decided to do our part in this ongoing pandemic by organising another DJ Mixathon Weekend Donation Drive event which will take place on 14, 15 and 16 August 2020. We have spoken to DJ acquaintances from various parts of the world and in Miami and they have agreed to contribute their specialty to the Mixathon Weekend Donation Drive to help raise funds for this event.

All proceeds from this event will go to the making of ‘Ear Savers’ or mask extenders (please see flyer for the picture of what an ear saver is) which will be distributed to as many frontliners as possible. The purpose of ear savers is to provide comfort for the frontliners as they go about performing their duties.

We hope everyone who is reading this will join us on either one of the three days for non-stop DJ live stream shows and donate generously for a good and worthy cause. The Mixathon Weekend DJ schedule will be put up shortly on and also the social medias of the DJs participating so do keep a look out and keep it locked in to

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Corría 1984 cuando Bob Geldof viajó a Etiopía después de escuchar noticias de una horrible hambruna que mató a cientos de miles de habitantes y amenazaba con matar a millones más, ante el problema convocó a los mejores artistas de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda para grabar un sencillo en beneficio de la hambruna etíope, pero lo recaudado no era suficiente ante el problema de la región, Con la crisis continua en Etiopía, y el vecino Sudán también afectado por la hambruna, Geldof propuso Live Aid, marcando el inicio de su proyecto más recordado, un ambicioso concierto de caridad global destinado a recaudar más fondos y aumentar la conciencia sobre la difícil situación de muchos africanos y cambiando con música el destino de una parte vital de nuestro mundo.

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Rock & Roll World Day!!

Rock Worldwide Day / Every July 13th

On July 13, 1985, at Wembley Stadium in London, Prince Charles and Princess Diana officially open Live Aid, a worldwide rock concert organized to raise money for the relief of famine-stricken Africans. Live Aid was the first internationally minded charity concert. 

Live Aid was the brainchild of Bob Geldof, the singer of an Irish rock group called the Boomtown Rats. In 1984, Geldof traveled to Ethiopia after hearing news reports of a horrific famine that had killed hundreds of thousands of Ethiopians and threatened to kill millions more. After returning to London, he called Britain’s and Ireland’s top pop artists together to record a single to benefit Ethiopian famine relief. ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ was written by Geldof and Ultravox singer Midge Ure and performed by ‘Band Aid,’ an ensemble that featured Culture Club, Duran Duran, Phil Collins, U2, Wham!, and others. It was the best-selling single in Britain to that date and raised more than $10 million.

The Live Aid Concert was a series of rock concerts. Billed as the ‘global jukebox’, the event was held simultaneously at Wembley Stadium in London, England, United Kingdom (attended by 72,000 people) and John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (attended by about 100,000 people). On the same day, concerts inspired by the initiative happened in other countries, such as Australia and Germany. It was one of the largest-scale satellite link-ups and television broadcasts of all time: an estimated global audience of 1.9 billion, across 150 nations, watched the live broadcast.

Throughout the concerts, viewers were urged to donate money to the Live Aid cause. Three hundred phone lines were manned by the BBC, so that members of the public could make donations using their credit cards. The phone number and an address that viewers could send cheques to were repeated every twenty minutes.
The next day, news reports stated that between L40 and L50 million had been raised. Now, it is estimated that around L150m has been raised for famine relief as a direct result of the concerts.

Although a professed admirer of Geldof’s generosity and concern, Fox News Channel television host Bill O’Reilly has been critical of the Live Aid producer’s oversight of the money raised for starving Ethiopian people, claiming (in June 2005) that much of the funds were siphoned off by Mengistu Haile Mariam and his army (which included the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front). This coalition battled, at the time against Derg. O’Reilly believes that charity organizations, operating in aid-receiving countries, should control donations, rather than possibly corrupt governments. 


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