PIH's Dr. Evan Lyon, second from left, receives a donation on behalf of PIH at WXRT's office in Chicago.

Chicago’s long-time indy rock station WXRT recently raised 25k for both Partners In Health and the Lincoln Park Community Shelter through sales of the compilation CD, "ONXRT: Live from the Archives, vol 13."

The CD features live performances by The Decemberists (Down by the Water); Florence and the Machine (Dog Days are Over); Michael Franti and Spearhead (Say Hey I Love You); Ray Lamontagne and the Pariah Dogs (For the Summer); The New Pornographers (Crash Years); Dawes (When My Time Comes); Gov't Mule (Broke Down on the Brazos); Death Cab for Cutie (Soul Meets Body); Mumford & Sons (The Cave); Fitz and the Tantrums (Moneygrabber); Foster the People (Pumped Up Kicks); The Airborne Toxic Event (Sometime Around Midnight); Amos Lee (Windows are Rolled Down); and, The Black Keys (I Got Mine.)

The tracks for this new CD have been pulled from in-studio performances, live remotes, and XRT-sponsored shows around Chicagoland over the last nine years. None of the versions of these songs can be found anywhere else.

The ONXRT charity CD series began in 1993. 

Check out the CD here