It has been reported that Queens Of The Stone Age singer Josh Homme is set to team up with a host of other rock legends, including The Strokes and Pearl Jam, in order to put together a new charity album. The three disc charity album is set to be titled ‘Live From Nowhere Near You: Volume Two’ and is set to raise money for a homeless charity.
Other artists due to appear on the album include, James Mercer from The Shins, Conor Oberst from Bright Eyes and Dave Allen from Gangs of Four. It will also feature Bryan Adams, Elliott Smith and Modest Mouse and is set to be released in the US on July 19 and in the UK on August 15.
‘Live From Nowhere Near You: Volume Two’ has been recorded in order to help raise money and awareness for Outside In, which a charity organisation that helps homeless youths. The album will cover the Marvin Gaye track 'Mercy Mercy Me', by Josh Homme, The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas, drummer Fab Moretti, and Eddie Vedder from Pearl Jam.