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Bruce Springsteen has once again donated a song to the World Hunger Year organization for a new benefit CD.

Serve3 is the third installment of the album that features rare and unreleased tracks released by Hard Rock International to help fight world hunger and poverty. The CD features performances by some of rock’s biggest selling artists, as well as Grammy winners and critically acclaimed musicians.

Joining Springsteen in donating songs for Serve3 is Joss Stone, Avril Lavigne, DMC, and The Chapin Sisters – the three nieces of the late folk singer Harry Chapin, who formed World Hunger Year in 1975 because he “saw hunger and poverty as an insult to America”. Chapin – who died in 1981 – donated all of the proceeds from his concert merchandise to World Hunger Year, and gave almost all of his personal fortune away to the 81 charities he was known to support.

Serve3 is available in both CD and digital formats, with 7 bonus tracks available when purchased from iTunes. The full tracklist is:

  • Bruce Springsteen Remember When The Music
  • Joss Stone Love Has Made You Beautiful
  • My Morning Jacket Look At You
  • Avril Lavigne When You’re Gone
  • Robert Randolph and The Family Band Diane
  • The Charlatans Complete Control
  • Ryan Shaw People Get Ready
  • Marc Broussard Keep Coming Back
  • Starsailor Military Madness
  • Micki Free Mother Earth
  • DMC I Be Rockin’ It
  • The Chapin Sisters I Know It’s Over
  • John Lennon Give Peace A Chance

Digital Bonus Tracks:

  • Dave Barnes On a Night Like This
  • Toby Lightman Color
  • The Brilliant Mistakes Becoming
  • Middle Distance Runner I Hope You’re Upset
  • Scott Barnhill Heaven
  • Lisa Bouchelle Time
  • The Dead Trees Jew Said Grace

Join the Hard Rock Imagine There’s No Hunger campaign by purchasing the album at the Serve3 website.

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