Patti Smith, R.E.M., Janelle Monae and more have donated set lists to a charity project set up by the author Nick Hornby.
Setlists For Young Voices was co-founded by High Fidelity author Nick Hornby, working alongside Dave Eggers and Michael Chabon, aiming to work with young people eager to get involved with writing.
The new online auction will benefit Setlists For Young Voices and other projects around the globe, and it finds some huge stars donating signed setlists from key shows.
There are some incredible pieces on offer, too - set lists have been donated by Patti Smith, Janelle Monae, The Who, Sigur Ros, Steely Dan, Nine Inch Nails, Mitski, and many more.
Notable set lists include two from R.E.M.'s first major tour in 1989, signed by all four original members - even the reclusive Bill Berry!
Pete Townshend signed a setlist from The Who, while My Morning Jacket have donated a setlist signed by Jim James, who is also helping launch a Young Authors Greenhouse in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.
Get involved HERE.
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