Have you heard of Band Aid 30? Probably not. Then let me explain what ‘Band Aid’ is. In 1984, Bob Geldof and Midge Ure ___BROUGHT___ together a group of British and Irish singers and musicians and produced a song, called ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’. The song was a charity single. The musicians said that the money from the sales ___WOULD_GO___ to help poor people in Ethiopia, who were suffering from a famine. The group ___WAS_CALLED___ Band Aid. Over forty singers were involved in the project, including Paul McCartney, Bono, David Bowie and Sting. In 2014, the group changed its name to ‘Band Aid 30’ because it was the ___THIRTIETH___ time the song was recorded. That year, the song aimed to help those who were suffering from the Ebola virus. Since the time of its birth, the song ___HAS_MADE___ a lot of money. The money is still used only for charity. Although the song has sometimes been criticised, over 312,000 ___COPIES___ of the song have been sold. Usually, I ___DO_NOT_LISTEN___ to music a lot, I have other hobbies. But one of my friends, who is a ___GREATER___ music expert than I am, says that, if the song helps people in need – it can never be a bad thing! I agree with ___HIM___.