Don Dokken (DOKKEN), Phil Varone (SAIGON KICK, SKID ROW), John Moyer (DISTURBED), Sean McNabb (LYNCH MOB, QUIET RIOT, DOKKEN), Ira Black (I AM MORBID, WESTFIELD MASSACRE) and Monte Pittman (PRONG, MADONNA) are among the musicians who took part in the "Ultimate Jam Night Presents: Ultimate Texas Jam" concert Tuesday night (September 12) at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. The event was part of a multi-city effort to raise money for Houston and the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Check out fan-filmed video footage below.
The powerful hurricane, which was a Category 4 storm when it hit Texas on August 25, caused historic devastation and widespread flooding.
A very small percentage of homes in Harvey's path were covered by flood insurance
"Ultimate Jam Night" is a long-running free weekly show currently in residence at Whisky A Go Go. Founded in 2015 by QUIET RIOT's Chuck Wright, the show features a rotating cast of the world's finest musicians assembled in an entirely unrehearsed setting. Integrating live music, performance art, comedy bits, walk-around characters, and community and charitable giving, it has established a loyal following.
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