Rockers Status Quo and their celebrity friends have helped to raise $158,000 (GBP100,000) for a British charity by auctioning off star interpretations of their classic single and album covers.
The Down Down hitmakers asked 50 of their famous pals, including rockers Alice Cooper, Brian May, and playwright Sir Tom Stoppard, to draw their own versions of the CD artworks to go under the hammer in aid of The Prince's Trust.
One version of the Heavy Traffic album artwork, by wildlife artist David Shepherd, attracted bids in excess of $26,860 (GBP17,000).
And Status Quo frontman Francis Rossi is delighted to be able to give to the charity, which helps to get troubled young people back on their feet.
He says, "It's marvellous because normally these things can go down a damp squib.
"The fact that we reached GBP100,000 is very nice. The Prince's Trust is for young people that are not articulate or come from a poor background. Nobody gives them a chance. It's such an unusual charity. It's not the kind of charity that most people give to.
"People are not usually concerned about some young kid from a council estate background."