British band Radiohead have joined with David Byrne, Clive James, James Morrison, Snow Patrol, Pink, Paul McCartney and many others in donating items to an auction to raise funds for and awareness of the Mines Advisory Group (MAG).

MAG is giving you the rare chance to bid on some extra special signed merchandise and music memorabilia as part of the Music Beats Mines festival.

Music Beats Mines is a campaign to raise funds and awareness of MAG’s lifesaving work across the world. For three months they have been making noise for peace and staging events under the MBM banner. Now they’re encouraging people to make some bids for peace and get involved in the online auction running on Ebay between 27th November and 6th December.

Items include: Signed Stone Roses and Radiohead pictures, signed Elbow promo releases, a Simply Red triple platinum disc presentation set of the album ‘A New Flame’, tickets to the 2010 Kendal Calling Festival, an hour on the Steinway Grand piano at the Bridgewater Hall and bundles of signed CDs. Signed MAG t-shirts include The Specials, The Enemy, Dizzy Rascal, Calvin Harris, Pink and Bat for Lashes, The Scrips & more…

MBM is a celebration of music, art and poetry, and to reflect that MAG has some literary treats in their vaults too. Signed books by Clive James, Ruth Padel and David Byrne to name a few.

To find out more about the auction and make a bid, click here.

MAG is one of the world’s leading humanitarian organisations providing conflict-affected countries with a real chance for a better future.

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