Joe Walsh, Amjad Ali Khan to Donate Proceeds of New EP Prayers to IntraHealth to Benefit Frontline Health Workers

All proceeds from the newly released three-song EP titled Prayers will be donated to IntraHealth International to benefit frontline health workers during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prayers is a collaboration between multiple GRAMMY-award-winning singer, songwriter, and producer Joe Walsh and preeminent classical Sarod virtuoso and composer Amjad Ali Khan.

Walsh and Khan worked on these tracks during the COVID-19 lockdown last year. “The more time I spent with this music the clearer it became that these tracks had healing properties and needed to be shared as a gift,” says Walsh, a member of the Eagles and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. “So, in honor of all the frontline workers who continue to be of such incredible service and courage to us all during these horribly challenging times, I’m donating my proceeds to IntraHealth International, whose vital work for health care workers around the world aligned perfectly. With our gratitude and with love to them all, please enjoy Prayers.”

IntraHealth International is a global health nonprofit that has worked in over 100 countries since 1979. They improve the performance of health workers and strengthen the systems in which they work so that everyone everywhere has the health care they need to thrive.

“We are so thrilled and grateful to Joe and Amjad for their generosity,” says Polly Dunford, president and CEO of IntraHealth International. “Their gift is going to make health workers around the world safer as we battle this pandemic today and build a healthier future for tomorrow.”

Purchase the EP today. 

Read more about Prayers in JamBase.