Voyces United for UNHCR
|Voyces United for UNHCR|
|Compilation album by USA for UNHCR|
"Voyces United for UNHCR" is a charity album for the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), an agency which protects and supports refugees at the request of a government or the United Nations and assists in their return or resettlement.
The album was initiated by Joalby Lopez who also contributed the song "Miscellaneous Pi" to the album. A release party for this album took place in the Knitting Factory in New York in 2005. The party was attended by various artists from the album, such as Brad Estrin (from American Idol 1), Joalby and Candice Coleman (from American Idol 2).
As of May 2006, the album had been picked up for distribution. The album was released on Intersound Records on August 22, 2006 in the USA, Mexico, and Canada.
Artists on this album
- Alex Bach (independent US rock singer)
- Jamie Stevens (independent German pop singer)
- Alexandra Bachelier (from American Idol 1)
- Alicja Janosz (from Idol (Poland) 1)
- Brad Estrin (from American Idol 1)
- Candice Coleman (from American Idol 2)
- Dyana Dafova
- Holcombe Waller
- Mary Jane Lamond
- Natacha Atlas
- Randi Driscoll
- Skott Freedman
- Todd Evans
- White Town
- Xanda Howe
- Ryan Severns (The 1st Online Idol)
|United States||August 22, 2006|