Mccartney & Vedder To Raise Meditation Money

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Sir Paul McCartney and Eddie Vedder are to share the stage at an upcoming New York concert to benefit moviemaker David Lynch's meditation charity. The rockers will join Sheryl Crow, Donovan and Moby at the David Lynch Foundation gig in April (09).
Lynch plans to use the money from the show to further spread the message of transcendental meditation. His aim is to teach a million children the technique.
The Twin Peaks director says, "In today's world of fear and uncertainty, every child should have one class period a day to dive within himself and experience the field of silence (and) bliss - the enormous reservoir of energy and intelligence that is deep within all of us. This is the way to save the coming generation.
"I have been diving within through the Transcendental Meditation technique for over 30 years. It has changed my life, my world."


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Officials at the David Lynch Foundation have now confirmed that Ringo Starr will be joining Paul McCartney as one of the featured performers at an historic benefit concert to be held at Radio City Music Hall on April 4, 2009. This will be a once in a lifetime event whose purpose is to provide financial support to the David Lynch Foundation’s international initiative to teach one million children the Transcendental Meditation technique—and create perpetual peace and prosperity for all. Paul will appear with a host of other famous musicians and friends including Donovan, Eddie Vedder, Sheryl Crow, Paul Horn and more.
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