Florence And The Machine, PJ Harvey, Bryan Ferry join Haiti Oxfam auction

La Roux, Dido and Status Quo join Oxfam campaign

Florence And The Machine, PJ Harvey, Bryan Ferry and Dido are among the acts who have joined Oxfam‘s auction campaign to raise money for victims of the recent Haiti earthquake.

The musicians join the likes of Damon Albarn, Glastonbury organisers, Klaxons and Arctic Monkeys in adding items to the auction.

Florence And The Machine have donated a signed print from their video shoot for recent single ‘You’ve Got The Love’. PJ Harvey has offered the dress she wore during her ‘Uh Huh Her’ album campaign in 2004, while the dress Dido wore on her ‘Life For Rent’ album is up for grabs on the eBay auction.

La Roux have donated some necklaces, Editors have offered a signed snare drum while Status Quo are offering signed shirts and a waistcoat as worn by the band on tour. Rolf Harris has donated a painting.

Bryan Ferry, meanwhile, is offering a previously-unseen by the public print from Roxy Music‘s 1982 album ‘Avalon’.

See Oxfam.org.uk for more details and to see the lots.

Radiohead played a one-off gig in Los Angeles last night (January 24) to raise money to help those affected by the earthquake. Earlier in the weekend Jay-Z, Coldplay, Beyoncé and Madonna were among the musicians taking part in a telethon to raise further funds.