On Monday, November 4, Wear Your Music will offer 25% off their line of limited-edition jewellery hand-crafted from James’s used guitar strings!
Head to WearYourMusic.com to see the selection now and remember to place your order on Monday — the profits from your purchase will go to support James’s charity of choice, Tuberville.org, which is an organization 100% devoted to growing and then donating food within our communities.
Click to watch an excerpt from James’s performance of “Shower The People” featuring the Amani Children’s Choir from Uganda and the Mid Cities Youth Choir from LA. The concert celebrated Save The Children‘s centennial in Los Angeles on October 2, 2019. #Celebrate100years
James had the privilege of participating in Save The Children‘s “Centennial Celebration: Once in a Lifetime” gala in Los Angeles last week. Hosted by actress, Jennifer Garner, the event included the presentation of the Centennial Award by Oprah Winfrey to Disney Chairman & CEO, Bob Iger. Celebrating a century of making change for children!
Click the image below to see a gallery of photos of the incredible Amani Children’s Choir from Uganda and the Mid Cities Youth Choir from Los Angeles. Both joined James and the band for the finale, “Shower the People”.
Photo by: Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Save the Children
A blast from the past: James’s performance of “Brother Trucker”, here excerpted from PBS’ 1982 television adaptation of the musical, Working. James contributed the songs “Brother Trucker” and “Millworker” to the musical and later included both on his 1979 album, Flag.
Working is the 1974 Stephen Schwartz/Nina Faso musical based on Studs Terkel’s book, Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do.
Click below to watch Peter Asher discuss putting together and rehearsing the band for James’s 1970 album, Sweet Baby James, the bass parts on “Fire and Rain”, the origin of “Suite for 20G” and more in the second of a seven-part series produced to celebrate the release of The Warner Bros. Albums: 1970-1976.