Australian charity gets a little help from The Beatles, Olivia Newton-John and Men at Work's Colin Hay

Sony Music Entertainment AustraliaOlivia Newton-John and Men at Work‘s Colin Hay are among the many Australian artists who’ve lent their voices to a cover of the Beatles classic “With a Little Help from My Friends” to raise money for a good cause.

The song will benefit the Sony Foundation Australia, which provides support for in-need young Aussies, including those dealing with such issues as cancer, disabilities, substance abuse and homelessness.

A video featuring footage of the various singers recording their parts for the song has been posted at Sony Music Australia’s VEVO YouTube channel. You can purchase the track as a digital single at iTunes, and listen to it via major streaming services.

A total of 29 artists — under the moniker Sony Music All Stars — took part in the recording, including singer-actress Delta Goodrem, vocal group Human Nature and veteran pop star John Farnham.

You can find out more about the Sony Foundation charity by visiting Friends4Youth.com. The website also includes links to a donation page and a memorabilia auction that includes a signed copy of Bruce Springsteen‘s memoir, Born to Run.

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