Elbow and Radiohead donate items for charity auction

Artwork to go under the hammer for the Music Beats Mines project

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Elbow and Radiohead are among the bands donating items for an auction in aid of the Music Beats Mines project.

The charity, a campaign by the Mines Advisory Group, aims to help those affected by landmines, and clear bombs, weapons and other remnants of conflict from countries across the world.

The auction features a range of items including signed Radiohead artwork from their 2000 album 'Kid A', signed Elbow CDs and vinyl and an hour on the Steinway grand piano at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.

The auction starts today and for more information you can visit MAGInternational.org.



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