Alice Cooper, Vince Neil (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Rob Zombie and all four members of KISS are among the musicians who performed last night (Thursday, December 5) at a phenomenal concert and live auction to raise money for the Brennan Rock & Roll Academy at The Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. They played with '80s and '90s cover band HAIRBALL to help the future of rock 'n' roll; the children. There was one band and many singers performing; no timeout to reset the stage, just continuous rock from one rock legend to the next.
According to KissOnline.com, KISS — sans makeup — performed "Shout It Out Loud", "Deuce", "Lick It Up", "Dr. Love" and "Detroit Rock City". For the grand finale, KISS was joined on stage by Alice Cooper, Vince Neil (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Kip Winger (WINGER), Tom Keifer (CINDERELLA), Stephen Pearcy (RATT), Joey Tempest (EUROPE) and Jack Blades (NIGHT RANGER) for a rousing version of "Rock And Roll All Nite".
The Brennan Rock & Roll Academy gives children the opportunity to grow by offering free music lessons to those that may not be able to get them. They help keep children off the streets, away from drugs, and offer a positive environment that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.
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