MusiCares Honors Brian Wilson, Hugg-A-Planet® Earth are in the Gift Bags

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The MusiCares tribute dinner and concert will honor Grammy-nominated composer and pop legend Brian Wilson. Brian will be Musicares® 2005 Person of the Year. The Hugg-A-Planet Earth in the gift bag is also bringing a message to ask some influential recording artists to help make the world aware of the International Decade for Action, "Water for Life" 2005 - 2015, proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly. This event will be launched in New York City on World Water Day, March 22, 2005.

Hugg-A-Planet, home of is thrilled to be putting their huggable world in the hands of some of the world’s top musicians and celebrities. "The Classic Pocket Hugg-A-Planet, Earth will make an rewarding addition to The MusiCares tribute dinner and concert to honor Grammy-nominated composer and pop legend Brian Wilson. "We are please to be in Celebrity Gift Bags and we are honored to be a part of such an exciting event," said President Robert Forenza.

The MusiCares tribute dinner is one of the most prestigious events held during Grammy Week, a celebration that culminates with the 47th Annual Grammy Awards on "Grammy Sunday," Feb. 13, 2005.

This all came about through Hugg-A-Planet’s involvement with environmental organizations working to save our planet. Hugg-A-Planet wanted to take this opportunity to ask a few recording artists if they would be interested in being of part of The International Decade for Action, "Water for Life" 2005 – 2015. "The world needs to take better care of its’ water and through the influence of music we can make this a global priority. With water there is life, without water we are nothing," says Mr. Forenza.

There are many issues facing us in life on this planet. Pop culture has influence over society that can help to inform, reflect, and educate through music. The International Decade for Action, "Water for Life" 2005 – 2015, is the most important issue facing us all. To find out more on the Decade of Water -visit: World Water Rescue Foundation’ web site-

There are connections between water and music says Forenza. Recent research by Dr. Masuru Emato show that water structure is affected by music, by thoughts and by words. This fascinating research we are only starting to understand. There are messages from water that music can have a positive effect on. This groundbreaking work of a pioneer Japanese researcher whose astonishing discovery about water, documented photographically, changed most of what we didn't know and led to a new consciousness of Earth's most precious resource. The "messages" of water he has brought us is here for you to share through Hado (Vibration) See

Hugging our planet has power too. This simple gesture of a loving hug on the earth imprints a positive message felt within and can help promote peace, and environmental goodwill to young and old alike.

Hugg-A-Planet's goal is to increase global awareness by placing our huggable earth into the lives of today’s top entertainers and their families. Hugg-A-Planet, Earth is a, timely, and meaningful toy. Recently, awarded one of the best toys of the past 25 years. Its use worldwide promotes peace and socially responsible dialog to all ages. By placing this symbol of a loving world into the music community will help further effect positive changes.

Hugg-A-Planet in business for over 23 years. The Classic Hugg-A-Planet, Earth is now in Spanish, French and English Is available 6” 12” 24” dia. Sizes. It has over 600 place labels, is found in homes, schools, and businesses, always within arm’s reach for easy reference and a good hug. We also produce custom products like our Hugg-A-Planet, Earth for companies, individuals and events; we put your name on the world.

Hugg-A-Planet, Earth is shared by Presidents, Governors, Senators, Congressmen, Entertainers, many other world, business and religious leaders. Many embrace our loveable Planet. We are confident of its positive effects on society.


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