DEF LEPPARD Drummer's RAVEN DRUM Auctions Guitars And Jacket

To raise money for DEF LEPPARD drummer Rick Allen's Raven Drum Foundation, three special auctions will be held the next few days. Two Jackson Dinky guitars and one leather jacket have been signed by the entire band and can be yours! The auction for the first guitar is already up on eBay and will end on Wednesday (Oct. 25). The auction for the leather jacket will start on Sunday (Oct. 22), and bidding for the second guitar will start on Wednesday (Oct. 25). All auctions start and finish at 5:00 p.m. PST.

The Raven Drum Foundation is a non-profit organization established by DEF LEPPARD drummer Rick Allen that provides free educational programs in the healing and expressive arts to inspire personal growth during times of adversity.

For all active Raven Drum auctions, click here.


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