Hold On [4 Haiti]: Steel Pulse, Partners in Health, SELF and Haiti
To support the long-term rebuilding of Haiti, Grammy award-winning Reggae band Steel Pulse has donated 100% of the proceeds from sales of their new single Hold On [4 Haiti] to the Solar Electric Light Fund and our “Solar Health Care Partnership” with Partners In Health.
You can learn more about our project at holdon4haiti.org, or watch Paul Farmer explain what we’re doing:
The money will be used to solar electrify PIH clinics in Haiti (see previous story with Larry Hagman).
Steel Pulse have been true to their roots for over thirty-five years. One of Bob Marley’s favorites, the band has maintained a sense of fierce integrity as it strives to get the message of love and unity across to all people. VIBE magazine has called them “the best live reggae band on earth.” British-born Jamaicans, Steel Pulse started their career opening for the Clash, the Sex Pistols and Generation X. They even played at President Clinton’s inaugural celebration - the only reggae band to do so. They are working on a new album and DVD and are currently on tour.
Donate and download the song below, or by visiting holdon4haiti.org >>
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