This was posted on bonjovi.com, so I'm sure you've seen it, but just in case:
SONY MUSIC TO RELEASE ‘FLOOD RELIEF ARTISTS FOR THE FLOOD APPEAL’ TO RAISE MONEY FOR FLOOD VICTIMS ACROSS AUSTRALIA
SYDNEY – 21st January 2011 – Sony Music Entertainment Australia is pleased to announce its support for the victims of recent floods across Australia through the release of a special benefit compilation CD “FLOOD RELIEF – Artists For The Flood Appeal”.
The response from both Australian and international artists wanting to lend their support has been so overwhelming that an additional disc was added making it a special 3 CD set. “FLOOD RELIEF – Artists For The Flood Appeal” features 59 tracks over three CD’s and features Aussie artists including Midnight Oil, Jessica Mauboy, Guy Sebastian, Tommy Emmanuel, Lee Kernaghan and Crowded House together with international artists such as P!nk, Keith Urban, Sting, Bon Jovi, Kings Of Leon, Beyonce, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters, John Mayer, Bob Dylan and Jeff Buckley.
Sony Music proceeds from the sale of the CD will go to the Salvation Army Flood Appeal through the charitable arm of the Australian Sony Group of Companies, The Sony Foundation to support young people affected by the tragic floods.
I am not a fan of Who Says AT ALL, but I actually think this is a good choice for the album because of the message for all those who may be wondering if they can go home or not.