Cleveland Verses Releases AC/DC Compilation to Fight Human Trafficking

First they covered Dylan, now Cleveland Verses Foundation brings together 32 local and regional bands and artists to offer a double compilation album of AC/DC covers, this time to support the fight against human trafficking in our region.

Check out Hallie doing Back In Black, Marcus Smith (Feat. The Rapscallions) performing Big Balls, Apostle Jones trying their hand at What Do You Do For Money Honey, The Modern Electric’s take on It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock ‘n’ Roll), and Vanity Crash’s version of If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It).


Now the downloads are available on all major streaming services. Just give it a listen, and you’ll be helping the cause. You can also purchase the CDs, t-shirts, buttons, and other cool merch offered by participating bands, like signed drum heads and mugs, even a personalized song.

Make a donation, buy the compilation and pick up some merch and make “a better Cleveland through the power of music.”


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