Hard Rock Musicians To Perform At Christmas Charity Event

Current and former members of QUIET RIOT, ZEBRA, NIGHT RANGER, DIO, W.A.S.P., YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ENUFF Z'NUFF, GEEZER and SAVATAGE are among the musicians scheduled to take part in the 8th annual Rock 4 X-MAS Christmas charity event held on December 4 at Wildwood Bowl in Riverhead, NY. The concert will raise money for Nassau, Suffolk coalition for the Homeless & Fire/Rescue Widows and Children fund of Long Island.

Over the past eight years, Rock 4 X-MAS Foundation raised money and provided entertainment for families in need throughout the United States. The winter holiday event promises to be the best show ever!

The Rock 4 X-MAS Foundation exists to help those less fortunate while providing music fans with rock-solid entertainment value. The organization carries out its mission in part through donations. They seek assistance from private and corporate sponsors, philanthropists and musicians. Donations of frequent-flyer miles are appreciated and accepted on the charity web site. Efforts require transport of crew and performers between locations throughout America. In addition, select high-profile sponsorships for the upcoming 2004 events are available. Donations of money or services for this year's event are appreciated. The Rock 4 X-MAS Foundation Inc. accepts donations in any amount at their web site, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. A small donation of $1.00 helps. If every person who reads this gives $1.00 or more to the cause, together we will provide a great service to families in need this holiday season.

Wayne Morrison, founder and President of Rock 4 X-MAS, wants to thank all those involved past and present. His hope is everyone has a safe and happy holiday season. Always remember to ROCK for Christmas!

For more information and the latest updates, a complete list of performers, dates, venues, sponsors and contributions please visit the Rock 4 X-MAS Foundation's web site at www.rock4xmas.com.


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