WATCH: Journey sings ‘Don’t Stop Believin’’ for UNICEF fundraiser
The rock band Journey, with its Filipino vocalist Arnel Pineda, performed its hit song “Don’t Stop Believin’” to help raise funds for a UNICEF campaign amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The virtual show also featured Randy Jackson, who recently reunited with the group after first joining in 1985 as a bassist. Following precautions against the coronavirus, the band performed the popular song from the safety of their homes, as seen on its YouTube channel last Sunday, May 24.
After performing, the band took to Twitter to encourage its fans to donate to the “UNICEF Won’t Stop” campaign. (Those interested in supporting the initiative may donate through this page.)
We all had a good time playin’ #DontStopBelievin for #UNICEFWontStop tonight – @NealSchonMusic @TheJonathanCain @ArnelPineda @YO_RandyJackson #NaradaWalden. Donate to the important work @UNICEFUSA is doing during the pandemic here: https://t.co/K1ScV73clV pic.twitter.com/iJBOVLrRuR
— JOURNEY (@JourneyOfficial) May 24, 2020
The amount raised from the effort will be used to purchase personal protective equipment for frontliners, and water, school supplies and other necessities for children who are in need amid the health crisis.
Along with Journey, other celebrities such as Cher, Salma Hayek, Sting and Rod Stewart also joined the UNICEF campaign. /ra
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