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Dave taking part in first "Rock Against Trafficking" Project

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Billboard Article Here

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The founder of the all-star Rock Against Trafficking (R.A.T.) campaign is eyeballing next year's Grammy Week for the organization's public launch, with a variety of activities that include the release of an album featuring Police and Sting covers, a party and perhaps a performance at the awards ceremony.


Miller -- A British native whose credits include David Bowie, Lionel Richie, George Michael, Donna Summer, Kylie Minogue, Charlotte Church and more --  certainly has a formidable group of artists committed to the album project. Already recorded are tracks by Slash and Fergie ("So Lonely"), Journey's Neal Schon and Arnel Pineda ("Synchronicity 2"), Heart ("Wrapped Around My Finger"), Julian Lennon ("If I Ever Lose My Faith"), Glenn Hughes ("Roxanne"), American Idol alumnus David Cook ("Message in a Bottle"), En Vogue ("Brand New Day"), Steve Lukather and Lee Ritenour ("Shape of My Heart"), former Yes frontman Jon Anderson ("Every Little Thing She Does is Magic"), Paul Carrack ("Let Your Soul Be Your Pilot") and former Free bassist Andy Fraser ("Every Breath You Take"). Carlos Santana, Joss Stone and Keb' Mo' are also on board but have not yet finalized their tracks.


I didn't hang around Friday night in Toledo to talk to Dave, but know some who did, and they brought this up. They said his face absolutely lit up when he talked about it, but he said that he really can't say much as he doesn't know what he is allowed to say about it. He's clearly very excited to be a part of it.

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