Nickelback donate single proceeds to charity

Canadian rockers also tour the US

Nickelback have announced that they will donate 100 per-cent of the proceeds from the digital sales of their new single and video to charity.

‘If Everyone Cared’ is the sixth single from their quintuple-platinum-selling album ‘All The Right Reasons’. The video features historical footage of humanitarians including Bob Geldolf, Nelson Mandela and Peter Benenson (founder of Amnesty International).

The Canadian rockers will donate the funds to Amnesty International and International Children’s Awareness Canada.

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In other news, Nickelback have announced the dates of an extensive US tour. It kicks off in Tacoma, Washington on February 20 and concludes in Orlando, Florida on March 19.

The tour dates are:

Tacoma Washington Dome (February 20)

Spokane Washington Arena (22)

Portland Memorial Coliseum (23)

Billings Montana MetraPark Arena (25)

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Omaha Nebraska Qwest Center (28)

Cedar Rapids Iowa US Cellular Center (March 1)

Chicago Allstate Arena (2)

State College Pennsylvania Bryce Jordan Center (4)

East Rutherford New Jersey Continental Airlines Arena (5)

Bridgeport Connecticut Arena at Harbor Yards (7)

Hampton Virginia Coliseum (9)

Worcester Massachusetts DCU Center (11)

Philadelphia Wachovia Center (12)

Pittsburgh Petersen Event Center (13)

North Charleston South Carolina Coliseum (15)

Duluth Georgia Gwinnett Center (16)

Sunrise Florida Bank Atlantic Center (18)

Orlando Florida TD Waterhouse (19)

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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