Pattie Boyd Supports World Artists For Peace


NEW YORK, NY (September 22, 2011) – Flower Power Creative announced a major endorsement today from acclaimed artist, author and photographer Pattie Boyd for its new initiative: World Artists for Peace, a cultural and musical collaborative aimed at promoting positive change through the works of many of the world’s most influential artists.

Boyd is the former wife of Beatles legend George Harrison and also the former wife of guitar icon Eric Clapton. Boyd was the inspiration for such classic songs as Something, I Need You, Layla and Wonderful Tonight.

"I support the creative vision of World Artists for Peace and its future projects," said Pattie Boyd. "I look forward to great progress in the collaboration."

"From her electrifying performance in "A Hard Day’s Night" to her poetic recollection of her life with George Harrison and Eric Clapton in her international bestseller "Wonderful Tonight", Pattie Boyd continues to be an inspiration for people the world over," said Flower Power Creative founder Douglas Levison. "We look forward to growing this relationship and fostering peace through music across the globe."

Inspired by the Beatles original concept for Apple, the record label intended as a creative outlet for the legendary rock band and others, World Artists for Peace will recruit musicians and visual artists for a series of projects and events including a multi-media tribute to the lasting influence of The Beatles.

"The Beatles proved decades ago that music and art could change the world," says Flower Power Creative founder Douglas Levison. "We are proud to continue that legacy with World Artists for Peace."

Flower Power Creative (FPC) is a multi-media company which promotes progressive thinking through the political and societal teachings of the counter-culture revolution of the 1960’s.

World Artists for Peace represents the third phase in the Flower Power Creative evolution/revolution. Previously, FPC has produced two highly successful events – The Beatles 45 / Shea Stadium Celebration at New York’s Citi Field in 2010 and the New York Celebrates George Harrison Concert, starring GRAMMY winner Roberta Flack, in 2011.




 "I support the Creative Vision of Flower Power Creative in World Artists For Peace and...

Pattie Boyd



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