Joss Stone (right) signed the Palau Pledge during her concert tour in Palau. (Photo by Office of the President)
A six-time Grammy award winner singer Joss Stone, became another famous celebrity adding her name to support Palau Pledge, a vow to protect Palau’s environment for Palau’s children during her short stint to Palau this week.
The Pledge has been signed by world famous celebrities and heads of states, latest being the President Tsai Ing-Wen of the Republic of China, Taiwan in her recent visit in March.
Ms. Joss Stone, wowed the crowd on Monday night at Palau Central Hotel as part of her Total World Tour to play in over 200 countries around the world. Over 300 people crowded the area to hear the well-known singer and also take part in a fundraiser for Belau Tourism Association, a non-profit organization.
Whilst here, she also collaborated with some of Palau’s talented local artists, learning and performing local songs with them. She shared a video of herself collaborating and singing a Palauan song with local artists at the rock islands before the concert on Monday.
In her website, it describes her Total World Tour as a mission “to bring loveliness in a form of music to all countries on our planet.”
Her next stop is Papau New Guinea before continuing on to the rest of the Pacific island countries.