Paul McCartney, Roger Glover Lead All-Star Charity Album

(Classic Rock) An all-star album with guests including Paul McCartney, Roger Glover, Steve Morse and the late Jon Lord have been confirmed for a new charity album.

Stay Tuned 1.5 is the brainchild of Austrian drummer Bernhard Welz, who set up the Allstars charity project in 2011 with the aim of raising cash for good causes.

The album, which will be released on August 5, will donate all profits to the Linda McCartney Centre. It'll feature a mix of rock tracks and ballads. Welz has released a nine-minute preview for the album which also includes guest contributions from Guy Pratt, Steve Lukather, Tony Martin, Don Airey and Ian Paice. Hear it here.

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