Video clips of KISS ("Rock and Roll All Nite") and GODSMACK ("I Stand Alone") performing live at the Rockin' the Corps patriotic celebratory concert on April 1 at the Marine Corps Air Station, Camp Pendleton in Oceanside, California have been posted online at Yahoo! Music.
As previously reported, footage from the concert will be shown as part of the one-time-only event being staged at select Regal, United Artists and Edwards Theatres across the country on Monday, June 27 at 7:00 p.m.
A spectacular night of music and comedy to support the families of troops that have been wounded or have lost their lives in our defense, the live private military event drew over 44,000 attendees. Nationally acclaimed musical artists and a variety of celebrities provided the entertainment, including Cedric the Entertainer (Master of Ceremonies), DESTINY'S CHILD, HOOTIE AND THE BLOWFISH, Jay Mohr, Louie Anderson, and Richie Sambora.
A portion of all net proceeds has been pledged to benefit the troops and their families through Support the Corps, Inc., a tax-exempt, non-profit charitable organization. Please visit www.supportthecorps.org to participate.
For more information or to purchase tickets, go to this location.
(Thanks: Marcelo Rodriguez "Boma" / www.concertours.com)
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