Music Saves Lives, the trusted conduit between music, entertainment and important life-saving causes, has joined forces with Joan Jett in an effort to raise money and awareness of life saving issues. Four winning bidders and their guests will have the opportunity to meet Joan Jett, a force in pop culture, attend the 2009 Jack's 4th Show in Irvine, California on October 10, enjoy a dinner at Wahoo's Fish Tacos and be part of saving lives.
Jack's 4th Show will host JOAN JETT AND THE BLACKHEARTS, FOREIGNER, EDDIE MONEY, THE B 52'S, GEORGE CLINTON AND PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC, RATT and MISSING PERSONS.
Joan Jett is not only a singer/songwriter and guitarist with eight platinum and gold albums and nine Top 40 singles, she owns her own label Blackheart Records. She also has a hope to reach out and bring people together who share a common passion of helping those with life threatening issues.
Music Saves Lives has focused its main efforts on blood donation, reaching out to youth by sharing facts and educating at music tours nationwide. It has encouraged over 150,000 young people to donate blood during the last three summers. It has been honored, three years in a row, by the American Red Cross for donor promotion of the year.
For more information, visit 931jackfmshow.com.
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