L.A. GUNS, WARRANT, DOKKEN, SKID ROW, KIX To Perform At 'Rock'N For A Cure' Concert
LORDZ OF ROCK — the project featuring several members of your favorite '80s and '90s hard rock bands — will make its live debut on October 18 at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California as part of the Rock'N For A Cure concert. They will perform several of the hits from each of the musician's world-renowned catalogs. Also on the bill are L.A. GUNS, WARRANT, DOKKEN, SKID ROW and KIX.
LORDZ OF ROCK is:
Jack Russell (GREAT WHITE) - vocals
Phil Soussan (OZZY OSBOURNE, DIO) - bass
Teddy "Zig Zag" Andreadis (GUNS N' ROSES) - keyboards
Myron Grombacher (PAT BENATAR) - drums
Robert Sarzo (HURRICANE) - guitar
Rock'N For A Cure Annihilation Tour is organized and hosted by We Are Communities Foundation, a registered 501(C)(3) non-profit organization. We Are Communities Foundation was founded to raise funds and awareness for causes that impact all of our lives. This benefit concert is specifically designed to raise funds for breast cancer research. While breast cancer is an extremely serious, life-threatening disease, the organizers' goal is to take one night to come together and have some fun while raising money for a great cause.
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