Australian musician Shane Howard has partnered with World Vision, supporting our work in Australia with funds from his new album. For each copy of Other side of the rock purchased through this site, a donation will be made to the Linking Hands program.
Linking Hands supports the range of World Vision partnerships with Indigenous communities here in Australia. From the Pilbara to Sydney, World Vision works with Indigenous communities to tackle the causes of disadvantage and transform lives.
Shane Howard released Solid Rock with his band Goanna in 1982, following an inspiring visit to Uluru. Uluru is the sacred and traditional country of the Anangu people. The song Solid Rock became an Aussie rock anthem for reconciliation.
Shane’s heart to inspire recognition and respect for Indigenous Australians has seen him partner to support World Vision’s work in Australia through Linking Hands.
Thirty years on Shane has released the Other Side of the Rock. You can buy Shane’s new album here, which features two new versions of Solid Rock. Part of the proceeds from each sale will contribute to early childhood learning and development and Aboriginal youth leadership through Linking Hands-supported projects.