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Pop Star Offers Free Music to NFPs


Friday, 18th November 2011 at 3:20 pm
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Pop star Moby has announced he is giving away his music for free for Not for Profit filmmakers and “anyone in need of free music for their independent, non-profit film, video, or short.”

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Pop Star Offers Free Music to NFPs
Friday, 18th November 2011 at 3:20 pm

Pop star Moby has announced he is giving away his music for free to Not for Profit filmmakers and “anyone in need of free music for their independent, non-profit film, video, or short.”

The American musician, DJ, and photographer is an avid supporter of veganism and animal rights but his offer extends to all Not for Profits.

The 46 year-old has sold more than 15 million records world-wide and his hit albums include Play and 18.

For more information go to Moby's website.




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