Former QUEENSRCHE Guitarist CHRIS DEGARMO To Guest On ESPN2's 'Sportsnation'

Former QUEENSRCHE guitarist Chris DeGarmo will stop by ESPN2's "Sportsnation" to take questions about's Alice In Chains & Friends Fantasy Football Charity League, his music career, and more.

The show airs Thursday, December 1 at 1 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

To send in a question, click here.

Each member of the charity league has put up a valuable piece of memorabilia to be auctioned off, with the money going toward the league champion's charity of choice.

ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell is playing for MusiCares, which provides a safety net of critical assistance for music people in need.

DeGarmo co-founded QUEENSRCHE in 1981 and played with the group during its most commercially successful period. He left the band for undisclosed reasons following its 1997 tour in support of the "Hear In The Now Frontier" album.

DeGarmo collaborated with QUEENSRCHE briefly in 2003 on the "Tribe" album and also wrote and recorded the song "Justified" with QUEENSRCHE for the band's 2007 greatest-hits release, "Sign Of The Times".


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