Former GRIM REAPER Guitarist To Perform Acoustic Set Of PANTERA Songs At DIMEBAG Benefit

Former GRIM REAPER guitarist Nick Bowcott will perform a special acoustic set of PANTERA songs prior to the "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott (PANTERA, DAMAGEPLAN) benefit show being held on Tuesday, August 30 at the Improv (4980 Beltline Road #250) comedy showcase and restaurant in Dallas, Texas. A celebration of the fallen guitar legend's birthday (which is tomorrow, August 20), the show will feature appearances by some of the late guitarist's favorite acts: Jim Florentine (from Comedy Central's "Crank Yankers"), Chinaman (seven voices on the Cartoon Network's "Dragon Ball Z"), Don Jamieson and Shaun Halpin. All proceeds from the door will benefit VH1's "Save the Music Foundation", and a donation will be made in Dimebag's name. Ticket price is $20.

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