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Gary Barlow, Michael Buble fight piracy for Music Matters campaign

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Gary Barlow and Michael Buble have lent their support to the Music Matters campaign.

The anti-piracy organisation launched in March last year with the aim to fight illegal downloads as digital formats become increasingly popular.

A number of stars voiced why music matters to them during their appearance at last week's Children in Need Rocks Manchester concert.

Gary Barlow

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Michael Buble

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"It's so therapeutic for me, music," explained Barlow. "When times aren't good and you're having a bad day, I always turn to music.

"Not particularly to make music, but sometimes to listen to music. So it's always been the backdrop of my life."

Buble added: "I couldn't live without it. It's been the soundtrack to my life ever since I was a little kid and could remember.

"It's been the thing I've been most passionate about and it's fed my soul. It's kept me inspired and made me feel like I have the potential to do anything."

Other artists to explain why music matters to them at the event included Rizzle Kicks, Labrinth and Ms Dynamite.

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Watch artists talk about why music matters to them at last week's Children in Need Rocks below:

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