Zach Starkey's Band SSHH To Donate Proceeds Of New Album To Teen Cancer Fund
November 14, 2016 at 11:54 AM (PT)
British band SSHH -- comprised of RINGO's drummer-turned-guitarist son ZAK STARKEY and front-woman SSHH LIGUZ -- has announced it will donate the proceeds from its just-released debut album, "Issues" to TEEN CANCER AMERICA and the U.K.'s TEENAGE CANCER TRUST. Zak
"Issues" is a collection of cover songs that have "helped shape the rock 'n' roll musical landscape" and pays homage to the legendary artists who helps make them what they are today.
“Issues” features an impressive cast of guest musicians, vocalists, producers and engineers, including: THE SEX PISTOLS' GLEN MATLOCK and PAUL COOK; THE LIGHTNING SEEDS' IAN BROUDIE; PRIMAL SCREAM's DARRIN MOONEY and SIMONE BUTLER; MOTT THE HOOPLE's MICK RALPHS; THE PRETENDERS' MARTIN CHAMBERS; BLONDIE's CLEM BURKE; MARILYN MANSON's TWIGGY RAMIREZ; THE RUTS' DAVE RUFFY and JOHN "SEGS" JENNINGS; PEARL JAM's EDDIE VEDDER, OASIS' GEM ARCHER, producer SHEL TALMY, ROB FRAMONI, YOUTH and many more.
SSHH premiered their cover of PETER TOSH and BOB MARLEY's “Get Up, Stand Up” featuring THE WAILERS' drummer SANTA DAVIS, PETER TOSH bassist FULLY FULLWOOD and EDDIE VEDDER on vocals. The track is available now on all digital platforms from today.