Thursday 10 September 2015


Paul and Bon Jovi are on the new track,  "Love Song to the Earth" released on Friday, Sept. 4 to support the United Nations Foundation and Friends of the Earth groups call to support action on climate change. It's an all-star mid-tempo ballad featuring Paul, Bon Jovi, Colbie Caillat, Sean Paul, Sheryl Crow, Fergie and more.
Jon Bon Jovi sings the second half of the line: "Who could have thought the ground we stand on could be so fragile."

Paul and "Love Song to the Earth" executive producer Jerry Cope

The song, originally released by Natasha Bedingfield last year, was written by Bon Jovi collaborator John Shanks along with Bedingfield, Toby Gad and dancehall reggae star Sean Paul. Shanks and Gad are the producers.
The timing of the release advances the 2015 Paris Climate Conference in December.
"Toby Gad, John Shanks, Natasha Bedingfield and I began the 'Love Song' project to raise voices and spirits to support the world’s leaders this year as they negotiate a global climate agreement in Paris this December," said Jerry Cope, the executive producer, in a statement. "It is critically important that we take the actions necessary to ensure a stable, safe climate system for all life on the planet. It is our 'Love Song to the Earth.'”
Bedingfield,  Leona  Lewis,  Johnny  Rzeznik,  Krewella,  Angelique  Kidjo,  Kelsea  Ballerini, Nicole Scherzinger, Christina Grimmie, Victoria Justice and Q’Orianka Kilcher aslo appear on the track, which is availalbe on iTunes and Apple Music via Connect.

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