A continuing multimedia project, Performing for Change was made in 2004 by manufacturer/engineers Tag Johnson and Enzo Buono. Expecting to breakdown musical and cultural obstacles and promote a tranquil world-view, the duo journeyed around the world recording street music artists playing the same tracks with the thought of making a pastiche from the recordings. The project’s initial one, a cover of Ben E. King’s traditional “The stand by position Me,” offering the Santa Monica road performer Roger Ridley, became a YouTube feeling. After that, Playing for Modification has continued release a music and movies featuring various music artists from differing backgrounds. Featured on the way have already been many lesser-known performers like New Orleans musician Grandpa Elliot Little, as well therefore bigger brands as guitarist Keb’ Mo’ and U2’s Bono. In 2007, Johnson shaped the non-profit Playing for Switch Foundation to greatly help surrender to the many musicians and areas mixed up in project. After that, in 2008, Johnson produced the for-profit business Timeless Press Group and partnered using the Concord GROUP to help account and promote the task of Playing for Switch. In ’09 2009, Playing for Switch released the Compact disc/Dvd and blu-ray Playing for Switch: Songs All over the world. A second quantity followed this year 2010, as do the concert recording Playing for Switch Live. In 2014, Playing for Switch returned using the recording PFC 3: Tunes All over the world, which featured shows from such performers as Keith Richards, Sara Bareilles, Keb’ Mo’, as well as others, including 180 music artists from 31 countries.