Change Begins Within – Paul McCartney, Angelo Badalamenti, Moby, Eddie Vedder, Ben Harper, Sheryl Crow, Ringo Starr, Bettye LaVette, Hartford TM Choir, Donovan, Jim James, Paul Horn & Jerry Seinfeld

Paul McCartney, Angelo Badalamenti, Moby, Eddie Vedder, Ben Harper, Sheryl Crow, Ringo Starr, Bettye LaVette, Hartford TM Choir, Donovan, Jim James, Paul Horn & Jerry Seinfeld - Change Begins Within  artwork

Change Begins Within

Paul McCartney, Angelo Badalamenti, Moby, Eddie Vedder, Ben Harper, Sheryl Crow, Ringo Starr, Bettye LaVette, Hartford TM Choir, Donovan, Jim James, Paul Horn & Jerry Seinfeld

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: January 1, 2017


Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunited onstage in New York City for a star-studded benefit concert entitled "Change Begins Within" that launched the David Lynch Foundation Live Concert Division. As the headline performers at a sold-out Radio City Music Hall, they helped raise funds and awareness for the Foundation's initiative to teach at-risk children to meditate to reduce the effects of trauma and toxic stress. Many other world-famous musicians-Sheryl Crow, Donovan, Eddie Vedder, Moby, Ben Harper, Paul Horn, Betty LaVette, and Jim James-joined the two remaining Beatles to thrill the crowd, as did Jerry Seinfeld in a brilliant guest performance.

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