QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, OZZY, JUDAS PRIEST Donate Signed Microphones For Benefit Auction

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, OZZY OSBOURNE, JUDAS PRIEST and KORN are among the acts taking part in a charity auction to benefit the Hearing Aid Music Foundation (HAMF), according to Launch. The goal of the organization is to help educate both music industry professionals and consumers about protecting their hearing. The performers have donated signed microphones for an auction that starts Monday (May 12). For more information, go to shure.com and click on "Bid For Hearing."

The proceeds from the auction will go to HAMF's "Listen Smart" educational film program, which features Osbourne, Wyclef Jean, Moby, Cyndi Lauper, and other artists talking about the dangers of loud music and what people can do to minimize their risks.


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