Dropkick Murphys have teamed up with the Boss to help raise money for the victims of last month's Boston Marathon bombings. Earlier this week the Bean Town-based Celtic rockers released "Rose Tattoo," a special charity EP that includes a new version of the title track featuring Bruce Springsteen.
The three-track collection also comes with a pair of live acoustic songs recorded during the Dropkick Murphys show in Las Vegas just four days after the bombings.
"Rose Tattoo" is available now exclusively through iTunes, and the band says 100 % of the money raised will go to people affected by the tragedy via their Claddagh Fund.
Dropkick Murphys previously raised money for Boston bombing victims with a "For Boston" t-shirt. The shirt is currently out of stock on their website, but the band says the garment has already brought in more than $65,000.
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