One-off merging of artists as a tribute to women who suffer daily from the abuses of drug addiction and life on the street. The song "Streets Where You Live" was conceived and written in March 2002. The song was inspired by the more than 60 women who had gone missing from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood since the early 1980s. Many of these women were victims of Robert Pickton, the infamous 'Pig Farmer Serial Killer'. Profits from the sale of the recording and related merchandise will go to the Buried Hearts Society, a not-for-profit organization created to raise awareness and improve the lives of disadvantaged and abused women and youth.
Buried Heart Project
Alison Jenkins, Amanda Hartman, Angela Harris (3), Anna Martin (2), Antonio Cupo, Babs Chula, Barney Bentall, Beverly Elliott, Bif Naked, Billy Hopeless, Caleb Johnson (2), Camille Henderson, Camille Miller, Chin Injeti, Colin James (2), Dan Casayant, Darrin O'Brien, David Usher, Denis Simpson, Dylan Roberts, Eric Becker (2), Esthero, Gabrielle Rose, Gary Durban, Geoff Gibbons, Gordon Bowen (2), Gordon Downie, Gregg Storm, Ian Somers, Ivan Pelen, Jay Knutson, Jerry Doucette, Jessica Bentall, Jim Cuddy, Joelysa Pankanea, John Mann, John Wozniak, Jonathan Teague, Jorah Fraser Porteous, Jordy Birch, Kevin Mackenzie (2), Kym Brown (3), Leslie Alexander (2), Lincoln Clarkes, Linda McRae, Mani Khaira, Marian Grittani, Mark James Fortin, Mary Margaret O'Hara, Mary Zilba, Meg Tannant, Michael Dewey, Mike Henry (7), Neil Osborne, Paul Myers (7), Peter Honey Church, Rennea Morriseau, Rich Hope, Rob Josephson, Robert Wilson (14), Ron Sexsmith, Rose Ranger, Ryan Hauschild, Sarah Harmer, Sarah Slean, Sean Ashby, Sean Hogan (5), Sharon Parker, Sibel Thrasher, Siobhan DuVall, Steve Dawson (5), Steven Page, Tannis Slimmon, Terry Brennen, The Be Good Tanyas, Tim Readman, Todd Kearns, Tom Wilson (6), Wyckham Porteous