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Band Aid 30 stars arrive to record new single for Ebola crisis


Boy band One Direction and U2 lead singer Bono join some of the biggest names in British pop and rock music to record a new version of the Band Aid charity song to raise money to combat Ebola in West Africa. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Band Aid 30 stars arrive to record new single for Ebola crisis

4 Responses to “Band Aid 30 stars arrive to record new single for Ebola crisis”

  1. 2dogarage says:

    yeah, Bono wants out of his contract to do whatever the puppeteers want him
    to… Ebola is a hoax as everyone will soon see and forget just as
    easily…

  2. alex catalan says:

    Bono still the main man 30 years later

  3. alex catalan says:

    Bono still the main man 30 years later

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