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Playing for Change.
January 18, 2010 Mark Johnson and Enzo Buono founded Playing for Change as a way to connect the world through music. Their videos of musicians worldwide playing the same song were viral hits, and now a group of musicians has been brought together to create the Playing for Change band.
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May 4, 2009 Until a video of "Stand by Me" had gone viral on YouTube, Roger Ridley had sung and played guitar anonymously on the streets for years. A new collection, Playing for Change: Songs Around the World, is a cross-continental effort that connects disparate cultures with the universal language of music.
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