Members Of ANTHRAX, QUIET RIOT, GREAT WHITE To Perform At Long Island Charity Event

Members of ANTHRAX, QUIET RIOT, GREAT WHITE, W.A.S.P., METAL CHURCH, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ZEBRA, FREHLEY'S COMET and MOUNTAIN are expected to perform at the eighth annual Rock 4 X-Mas 2004 Christmas charity event on Saturday, December 4 at the Wildwood Bowl in Riverhead, Long Island, NY. The proceeds will go to the Nassau Suffolk Coalition for the Homeless & Fire/Rescue Widows and Children fund of Long Island. Advance tickets and more information can be obtained at the foundation's web site.

Rock 4 X-Mas Foundation organizes events to benefit the less fortunate during the winter holidays. Over the past eight years, the Rock 4 X-Mas Foundation has raised money and provided entertainment for families in need throughout the United States of America. Many rock and roll music legends have joined and teamed up with the foundation over the years, putting on some very memorable concert performances for audiences in select U.S. cities. Jason Frost, a member of the Rock 4 X-Mas Foundation planning team and also known for his associations with the Seattle grunge movement of the early nineties which included bands such as NIRVANA, MARCY PLAYGROUND and others, says “We are going to help many families again this holiday season. We provide top quality entertainment for our audiences wherever we go, and it is inexpensive. Many of the performers on the line up are from the bands we idolized as teens."


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