Former ANTHRAX Singer To Perform At California's SOUTH BAY MUSIC AWARDS
Former ANTHRAX frontman Neil Turbin will be appearing live at the South Bay Music Awards on Saturday, November 8 at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center in Rendondo Beach, California. Performing with Neil will be guitarists Vernon Anderson (INVICTA) and Mitch Perry (MSG, HEAVEN), drummer Henry Moreno (IMAGIKA), and bassist Jamie Carter (GARY HOEY). Neil will play a few songs from his recently issued solo debut, "Threatcon Delta".
In other news, Turbin will be appearing live for a few songs with Andy Walo at a Benefit for Roy Rawlins at the Starboard Attitude on Thursday, October 16 from 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. at the Redondo Beach Pier. Other artists scheduled to appear include Mitch Perry, Andy Walo, Rich Harper, Zola Moon and others. The Roy Benefit is to help Neil's friend Roy who has sustained recent serious life-threatening injuries. Roy is a big wave surfer and former Navy Seal and has been a longtime friend to Neil and notable guitarists Mitch Perry, Andy Walo and Rich Harper. Raffle tickets and door prizes include a 10-ft Longboard, Beach Cruiser Bicycle, NASCAR ride along, 20" color TV, two-night stay at Radisson hotel and other "cool" stuff.
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