‘Dog Songs’ Album Benefits Pups Affected By Hurricane Harvey

Published On September 12, 2017 | By Kendal Malewicz | Entertainment News

People in the U.S. are hurting right now thanks to the devastation being caused by Hurricane Harvey, but some singers and bands want to help our four legged friends.

Several artists have written new tracks for an album called “Dog Songs”, with all the proceeds going to the ASPCA to help dogs displaced by Harvey.  And all the songs are about famous dogs, too.

For example, Mark Hoppus from Blink-182 has  a song called “Not Every Dog Goes to Heaven”, which is about Dinky the dog from “National Lampoon’s Vacation”.


Other songs pay tribute to Scooby Doo, Einstein from “Back to the Future”, Santa’s Little Helper from “The Simpsons”, and Daisy from “John Wick”.

“Dog Songs” has 14 tracks, and it’s only 8 bucks.  You can get it from BandCamp.com.


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