AEROSMITH Memorabilia To Be Auctioned Off For Charity
Billboard.com is reporing that memorabilia from AEROSMITH and other multi-platinum recording artists is among the items on the block to raise money for two Recording Academy charities, the Grammy Foundation and MusiCares. The Hope for the Holidays online charity auction will be open through Dec. 9 via www.ebay.com/grammy.
In addition to items from an array of music artists, a handful of VIP experiences will also be up for grabs. Among the offerings are trips to the 47th annual Grammy Awards and 2005 Montreaux Jazz Festival, as well as a private tour of Flyte Tyme recording studios with producer Jimmy Jam (JANET JACKSON, NEW EDITION).
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