DEF LEPPARD Guitarist To Take Part In 'Todd Rocks Benefit Concert'

DEF LEPPARD guitarist Vivian Campbell will make an appearance at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California on Monday, February 1 for a benefit concert supporting leukemia patient Todd Larsen and his family. Hosted by KLOS-FM's Uncle Joe Benson, the evening will feature special performances by Vivian, Mark Schulman (Vivian's bandmate in CLOCK and drummer for PINK, BEYONCE, and SHERYL CROW) and Jon Abrams, the star of Broadway's "Movin' Out". In a unique way to help their music teacher while gaining stage experience, young pupils from Larsen's "School of Rock" at the Irvine Music Academy will headline the entertainment. Bands, including 10 FOLD, CHIX RULE, OUT OF ORDER, and VICIOUS BEAT, are scheduled to perform. A live and silent auction and raffle will round out the evening's entertainment.

Tickets are only $20 and are available here.


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