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In February, key members of the winning nonprofits will be flown to Austin for a gala award ceremony to hear the winning song's premier performance by The Original Blind Boys of Alabama.
These include Levon Helm, Kris Kristofferson, Carly Simon, Angelique Kidjo, Ewan McGregor, Donald Fagen, Warren Haynes, Keb Mo, Eric Burdon, Taj Mahal, Florent Pagny, Marianne Faithfull, Jane Birkin, Jimmy Barnes, Rosanne Cash, Shawn Mullins and the Blind Boys of Alabama, among others.
BluesFesT london London's first blues festival brings together some of the biggest names in the genre including BB King, Dr John, Booker T, The Blind Boys Of Alabama and Buddy Greco.
Reed, who helped to invent punk rock and is best known for his 1973 hit "Walk on the Wild Side," said Vivid would also include free martial arts lessons as well as "Slow Music Night," a soulful programme featuring Anderson, gospel singers the Blind Boys of Alabama and other artists.
Gene Autry, the Blind Boys Of Alabama, Hank Jones, Tom Paxton and Brenda Lee will also receive career awards.
The Blind Boys of Alabama took the audience by the scruff of the emotional neck and wrung it dry
Like that other great male vocal group, South Africa's Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the Blind Boys of Alabama have a problem.
Music fans can sample authentic Irish craic from just pounds 115* per person per night; including four-star accommodation at the luxurious Radisson SAS hotel and Spa, transportation with Stena Line and tickets to see The Blind Boys of Alabama.