ZAKK WYLDE To Present Check To Benefit Victims Of Rhode Island Nightclub Fire

OZZY OSBOURNE/BLACK LABEL SOCIETY guitarist Zakk Wylde will stop by Daddy's Junky Music in Warwick, R.I., this afternoon to support victims of the fire at the Station nightclub that killed 100 people. Wylde, who had played at the Station and is friendly with Daddy's promotions director Candi Bramante (they first met at the Station), will present a $5,000 check to the Doc Fund, established in memory of Michael "The Doctor" Gonsalves, a DJ at WHJY who died in the fire.


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