Joss Stone sent instruments to refugees for her ‘Total World Tour’
The singer sent 260 musical instruments from Bristol to Djibouti
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Joss Stone is the singer behind tracks like ‘You Had Me’ and ‘Bad Habit’. Stone has big ambitions with her current world tour, trying to play in as many countries as she can. The singer has already played in over 130 countries, introducing crowds around the world to her signature soul sound. Stone has also been using the power of music to help the less fortunate. She has been sending musical instruments to refugee camps around the world, including Syria and Djibouti.
Stone has also been gigging at the camps, spreading good energy and helping out. She tapped Hannah Thomas in Bristol to send out 260 musical instruments from Bristol to Djibouti. “Those that donated their instruments, thank you very, very, very much. That instrument can bring a lot of joy”, the singer told BBC’s ‘Inside Out West’.
Joss Stone’s ‘Total World Tour’ continues through 2018, she recently performed in Azerbaijan.
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