LAIDLAW Song Selected As Official Theme Of FLORIDA HURRICANE RELIEF CONCERT BENEFIT

LAIDLAW's song "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" was selected as the official theme of the Florida Hurricane Relief Concert Benefit held on Saturday, January 1 at Treasure Coast Harley Davidson in Stuart, Florida.

The song comes off the group's second CD released in September 2003 on Yessir Records. The band is donating some of the proceeds from the sale of the CD to the Florida Hurricane Relief Benefit.

Other tracks on the CD include "Nascar Superstar", a driving, rock anthem for race fans, featuring background vocals by the "Redneckettes" (SCORPIONS drummer James Kottak, Athena Kottak, Joey Pantera, Buzzy James and Craig DeFalco), as well as a remake of the HEAD EAST classic "Never Been Any Reason", with Carol Chase (LYNYRD SKYNYRD HONKETTES) singing a duet and Michael Anthony (VAN HALEN) on background vocals.

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