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"Not All About The Money"

"Like volunteerism, music is a universal form of expression that cuts through all cultures, but with just two months remaining in the Year, we hope volunteer organizations and IYV supporters around the world can help highlight the importance of volunteers by bringing this album to radio stations in their countries," said Henri Valot, Coordinator of Team IYV.

One of the featured artists is Canadian-born singer/songwriter Tim Henneberry, whose song, "I'll be there", will be part of the upcoming IYV television announcement with UN Secretary-General and this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan, who speaks about the merits of volunteerism.

- United Nations


Still working on that hot first release.



an established singer/songwriter and resident of Eastern Passage, NS, Tim Henneberry released his first album in 1997 which saw him touring Canada, the US and winning the National Pepsi and KFC Talent Searches. Tim then recorded “Flight to Heaven”, a tribute remembering those involved with Swiss Air Flight 111, receiving endorsements from the Swiss Air Group and both Canadian and Swiss Governments. Tim’s recording “I’ll Be There”, launched him into a global market after it was elected by the United Nations as the Theme Song for International Year of the Volunteer in 2001, and as the United Nations public service announcement broadcast in over 17 languages throughout 104 countries.

Tim’s music career has taken him around the globe playing to sold-out crows in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, Vietnam, Bonn, Germany and beyond. He has been recognized as an Ambassador for Canadian Youth and endorsed by the United Nations as “Earth’s Voice”. In 2001 a resolution moved in Canadian Parliament recognizing Tim’s humanitarian efforts.

Tim was a key player in the organization and the star performer of the first ever Benefit Concert to aid those affected by the flooding in Vietnam. He raised $120,000 US dollars which he personally dispersed the families and received Vietnamese Government Recognition and Appreciation for his humanitarian contributions.

Just returning home from the US, Tim is at Fortress Studio working on a follow-up album to his successful release of “lucid” which featured some of the greatest musicians ever recorded and combines new and organic sounds to please any listener. Recently headlining the stage at the Tall Ships Nova Scotia Festival, Tim debuted one of his new songs written to pay tribute to our troops - guaranteed to touch the hearts of all Canadians and make them proud!

08/08/08…...Tim releases his newest album “Believe”