Samantha Jade launches Optus RockCorps 2014
Aussie pop sensation helps volunteers build a ‘Street Studio’ for disadvantaged Sydney youth
Aussie sweetheart and pop icon Samantha Jade officially launched Optus RockCorps 2014 on Tuesday 4th February, the global phenomenon that rewards four hours of volunteer work with money can’t buy tickets to see exclusive, live concerts with some of the world’s biggest music acts.
The Optus RockCorps is back again for a second incredible year in Australia. RockCorps rewards four hours of volunteer work with tickets to see exclusive, live concerts with some of the world’s biggest musical acts.concert being held at Luna Park on March 12, 2014
To celebrate the launch Samantha Jade rolled up her sleeves to help 40 volunteers create a unique recording facility at Radio SkidRow based in Marrickville, named the Street Studio. Armed with a paint brush instead of a microphone, the songstress helped volunteers makeover the entire radio station which offers disadvantaged youth recording support and broadcasting opportunities.
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