• Rock and Rollers Support Multiple Sclerosis Charity

Rock and Rollers Support Multiple Sclerosis Charity

On March 4th, a plethora of rock and roll’s torch bearers gather at the Whisky A Go-Go for a benefit concert to raise awareness and money for MS.   Steve Stevens, Erik Eldenius and Billy Morrison of Billy Idol, Gilby Clarke and Steven Adler of Guns n Roses and Stephen Perkins of Janes Addiction are joined by Ozzy’s Blasko, Mike Watt of the Stooges and Phil X from Bon Jovi.   The list of notable guitarists, bassists, drummers, etc. from the likes of Warrant, Foreigner, Filter, Queensryche and more will be gracing the charitable event benefitting victims of multiple sclerosis, which include more than 400,000 people in the United States and over 2 million worldwide.  The Rock Against MS All-Star Benefit Concert will raise funds and awareness to support care for those affected by the disabling central nervous system disease that interrupts the flow of information from the brain to the body and affects more than twice as many women than men.

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The Rock Against MS All-Star Benefit Concert and donations to the supporting charities are open to all.    To buy tickets to the Los Angeles based concert that starts at 8 pm (doors at 7), click here.  General admission tickets are as low as $35, although special VIP packages can be purchased for $125-$150 per person depending on the size of the group.   The MS Benefit event will not only be shaking the floors of the famous Sunset Blvd. stomping grounds, but also being broadcast live via Stage It.     To purchase the viewing for as low as $15, click here.  During the event – viewers and participating donors can win cool swag, including autographed prizes.    To learn more about the Rock Against MS Foundation, visit their page on Facebook.

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