Slash, Alice Cooper, MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil, GUNS N' ROSES drummer Matt Sorum, SYSTEM OF A DOWN drummer John Dolmayan are among the artists set who will perform at the Keep Memory Alive Center in Las Vegas on February 27 as part of a special benefit to raise awareness about the neurological disorder multiple system atrophy (MSA). SIN CITY SINNERS will be the house band for the event, which was organized by Kerry Simon, a celebrity chef who was diagnosed with MSA in December. Bill Murray will also be one of the show’s emcees. There will also be a silent auction.Tickets are available now at KeepMemoryAlive.org, and cost $500 for general admission and $1,000 for a VIP package that includes a pre-party reception with celebrity meet-and-greet, plus admission to an after-party at the Simon Restauraunt & Lounge at the Palms Casino Resort. The Keep Memory Alive organization is the charitable arm of the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, which focuses on treating and finding cures for various neurodegenerative illnesses.
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