The Observer wrote ‘Wealth, Hope and Charity’ listing the philanthropic habits of Britain’s wealthiest, profiling some of the best givers among the rich including the 31-year old George Michael.
George Michael’s collaboration with Elton John, the number 1 song “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down,” raised money for a number of AIDS charities.
In 1991, George Michael joined the American fast food chain Taco Bell in their Rock Art Cup charity fundraising.
The article “Somebody Under Pressure: George Michael on Queen & David Bowie” was written by Steve Pafford. The interview was conducted in May 2007.
In 2007, George Michael took the John Lennon upright piano that he bought for £1.5m on a peace tour in America.
On June 25, 2011, the official georgemichael.com website reported that George Michael is participating in a charity fundraising initiative called Soundwaves. Soundwaves is an artwork project dedicated to raising money for charity by translating music into works of art. Artist Tim Wakefield creates digital representation of songs captured in the studio recording then placed in […]