NEW YORK (AP) — Eagles of Death Metal issued a request to their musician friends to do some good, and they responded. Eagles of Death Metal had asked musicians to cover their song “I Love You All The Time,” and the band would donate 100 percent of their publishing income to the Sweet Stuff Foundation. It’s a non-profit founded by Eagles of Death Metal’s Josh Homme (HOH’-mee) to provide assistance to musicians in time of need. Among the acts who took up the challenge are Florence and the Machine, Imagine Dragons, Kings of Leon, My Morning Jacket, Jimmy Eat World and Deen Ween Group. The artists are donating their profits from the covers as well. The songs are available on iTunes, Spotify and Prime Music.
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