Stand by Me Unites Bon Jovi & Friends in Solidarity Music Video

Jon Bon Jovi teams with American musicians, producer Don Was and Iranian Superstar Andy Madadian to make music video of solidarity for the Iranian people.

BonJovi_Madadian_StandbyMe“Stand by Me,” the classic American tune
that Ben E. King made famous decades ago
is being used as a message to the Iranian people in the aftermath of Iran’s recent disputed election.

Don Was produced the music video to promote solidarity, intending the video “to be downloaded and shared by the Iranian people.”

Iranian Superstar Andy Madadian recorded the classic in LA last week with Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora and American record producers Don Was and John Shanks as a musical message of worldwide solidarity with the people of Iran.

Read more and watch the music video here.

Learn more:

Andy Madadian, Iranian Superstar
Official Website: www.andymusic.com
On Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andranik_Madadian
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Jon Bon Jovi, American Rock Musician & Singer
Official Website: www.bonjovi.com
On Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Bon_Jovi
On Mahalo: www.mahalo.com/jon-bon-jovi
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Ben E. King, American Soul Singer & “Stand By Me”
Official Website: www.beneking.info
On Mahalo: www.mahalo.com/ben-e-king
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Amos White is an Internet Marketing Evangelist and public speaker.
Follow Amos on Twitter @Mos42 and on his blog https://amoswhite3.wordpress.com.

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