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AC/DC's Brian Johnson Helping Launch Music Therapy Center


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(hennemusic) AC/DC singer Brian Johnson has been announced as the first patron of the Graham Wylie Foundation. The foundation's first project is to open a Nordoff Robbins music therapy center in Newcastle - the first of its kind outside of London.

"I am very proud and privileged to be the first patron of the Graham Wylie Foundation," says Johnson. "I strongly believe in the power of music to help children and adults through the tough times of ill health.

"The Brian Johnson Music Therapy Room in Sarasota, Florida, is flourishing and the results are wonderful, but now to be asked to be involved in something from my hometown makes me very proud." Read more here.

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