“Can We Get Together?” album to benefit Tucson Together Fund

by David Safier

Cover_art Today, the benefit album, "Can We Get Together?", is being released. According to the press release,

During National Crime Victims’ Rights week, 26 diverse musical groups representing 117 artists along with numerous producers and studios joined together to commemorate the release of Can We Get Together? – a benefit album that supports the victims of the January 8th shooting. Countless families had their lives altered forever, and today the Tucson music community has united to support these victims.

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The net proceeds from the album go to benefit the Tucson Together Fund, the only officially sanctioned fund established to assist victims, families, and witnesses of the January 8th tragedy. Can We Get Together? can be purchased online at Amazon.com, on iTunes, or at various locations around Tucson. For more information visit www.tucsongettogether.com.

You can listen to clips from the album, which includes "really diverse group of 26 different local Southern Arizona music groups who all freely donated their songs," at iTunes. [Note: iTunes incorrectly categorizes the album as "Christian & Gospel." It isn't.] You can buy it there or on Amazon.


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