Keith Richards' Fundraiser For Japan's Tsunami Victims
Keith Richards of Rolling Stones will be playing his part in helping the Tsunami victims of Japan by designing a T-Shirt. The acclaimed musician is using a photograph taken in Japan during the band's 1990 world tour for the front of the $29.99 (£18.74) garment, and he's requesting his fans to support his fundraiser. The photo is taken by Claude Gassian on the Japanese leg of the Steel Wheels tour in 1990 and is available in both classic and fitted styles. All of the profits from the t-shirt sales will go to the Japan Society's Japan Earthquake Relief Fund, which is helping survivors of this month's tsunami, estimated to have killed 18,000 people. Rapper Snoop Dogg and Linkin Park star Mike Shinoda have also designed special T-shirts to raise funds for the aid appeal.