IRON MAIDEN Drummer Jams For Charity

IRON MAIDEN drummer Nicko McBrain, who is very busy with charities (ranging from the Narada Foundation to Raven's Heart), was expected to take part in a jam session Sunday night (Jan. 30) at the Marriott in Delray Beach, Florida for the West Palm Beach-based Children's Place at Home Safe fund-raiser. Other musicians that were scheduled to participate in the jam session were event host/organizer Tico Torres (BON JOVI), Richie Sambora (BON JOVI), Alice Cooper, Stevie Van Zandt (E STREET BAND), Joey Kramer (AEROSMITH), Bobby Dall (POISON) and Dave "Snake" Sabo (SKID ROW).

The Children's Place at Home Safe, Inc., provides residential shelter care and treatment for children that are abused, abandoned, neglected, drug exposed and HIV/AIDS impacted.

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