According to Net Music Countdown, AUDIOSLAVE guitarist Tom Morello (ex-RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE) will be the guest host of Rock-N-Roll Bingo this Thursday, March 23 at Cranes Hollywood Tavern in Hollywood, California.
The bingo charity event is open to all ages and will raise money for South Central Farmers.
The fun and games begin at 6:00 p.m. and last until 10:00 p.m. Each bingo card costs $5.
Rock-N-Roll Bingo is a non-profit organization bringing together musicians, fans, grassroots political organizations and community members to support various social charitable organizations and events.
For more information on this week's Rock-N-Roll Bingo event with AUDIOSLAVE's Tom Morello, visit link text.
As previously reported, Morello's solo alter ego, THE NIGHTWATCHMAN, will be performing at New College Creamery in San Francisco, California on March 25. Also appearing in the bill will be RIOT FOLK, THE ABI YOYOS, HEY GIRL!, BALTANE'S FIRE, BUILT FOR THE SEA, and SHOTWELL. The show is a benefit show for the Doe Family Legal Fund.
For more information, visit Axis of Justice.
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