Tour For AIDS Victims

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Wednesday 1st June 1994

A TOUR to raise money for AIDS victims has begun by American alternative rock bands Prayer Chain and the 77s. The Buzz Stop tour will be a benefit for the Parents Paediatric AIDS Coalition, based in San Francisco, California. It is hoped that the tour will get to Britain possibly in the Autumn. Said The Prayer Chain's Tim Taber about the thinking behind Buzz Stop, "It's nobody's fault that some kids get AIDS. I guess things happen and its not necessarily because somebody's sinned, it's just because we're stuck in this world. (There are) a lot of unexplainable things that we get to ask God someday, but right now we're left with. As Christians, we need to have compassion and try and help as much as we can."

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