SLASH, DAVE NAVARRO, JIMMY BAIN To Perform At Hollywood's ROCK & ROLL RELIEF FUND Concert

VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash, former DIO/RAINBOW bassist Jimmy Bain and ex-members of QUIET RIOT are scheduled to perform at the Key Club in West Hollywood, California this Sunday (Sept. 25) for the Rock & Roll Relief Fund. The event is sponsored by City of West Hollywood and Jaxx Restaurant. Expected performers include Slash, members of INXS with special guest Dave Navarro (ex-JANE'S ADDICTION), members of the BLACK EYED PEAS, Keith Emerson of EMERSON, LAKE AND PALMER, Angry Chiwawah, Bobby Kimball and David Paich of TOTO, HEAVEN & EARTH, Howard Leese of HEART, THREE LEGGED DOG with Jimmy Bain, THE HOLLYWOOD ALLSTARZ with former members of QUIET RIOT, Doug Doppler, and world-famous AC/DC cover band THUNDERSTRUCK.

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