DROWNING POOL Guitarist Interviewed On 93.7 KCLB ROCKS!
This past Friday (August 27), Kevin Conklin of the 93.7 KCLB Rocks! radio station (web site) in Palm Springs, California conducted an interview with guitarist C.J. Pierce of Texas heavy rockers DROWNING POOL. The chat can now be streamed using the audio player below.
Ayden Rose, the three-year-old son of DROWNING POOL singer Ryan McCombs' girlfriend, was seriously injured in a riding lawn mower accident that left severe damage to his right leg. Further details on when and how the accident occurred have not been made available, but Ayden will reportedly need multiple surgeries and has a long road of recovery ahead of him. McCombs' family and friends are asking those who can to help raise funds for the astronomical medical bills, with a benefit concert already scheduled for September 19 in Dallas at Reno's Chop Shop.
The benefit will feature six local bands, as well as an auction and raffle featuring items donated by friends in the music and sports industry.
DROWNING POOL has been on the road behind its self-titled fourth album and is scheduled to next play on Saturday (September 4) in Jacksonville, North Carolina. The band will join GODSMACK and FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH on the road in October.
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