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Bands Design T-Shirts for Charity Benefit

Wolfmother, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Rilo Kiley, and others offer t-shirt designs to aid charitable organizations.

SPIN iconSPIN Staff // January 31, 2007

Wolfmother, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, and Rilo Kiley head a list of bands that have submitted t-shirt designs to the Yellow Bird Project, a Montreal-based non-profit initiative launched to raise money for the bands’ favorite charities. The organization, which seeks to collaborate with musicians they deem “creative and conscientious enough to make a difference,” also features shirts designed by Devendra Banhart, Joseph Arthur, Stars, Hayden, King Creosote, and My Brightest Diamond. All t-shirts are currently for sale on Yellow Bird Project’s website, and funds raised will benefit Art for Change, Teenage Cancer Trust, and the Elliott Smith Memorial Fund.

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