Collectors of rock memorabilia, please listen, because some of your favorite rock bands are donating money to raise money for the Roadie Relief organization. at this time,
Also lend a helping hand among them.
During the pandemic, the Roadie Relief organization has done everything it can to fund the live crew who lost their jobs during the outage of the tour. Their latest fundraising activities include auction institutions established in cooperation with 32 auction institutions, which will help those in need.
This new auction is currently underway and will continue until April 14. Some of the auction items include the Epiphone Les Paul guitar signed by KISS Tommy Thayer, Phil X (Bon Jovi) Gibson Les Paul Jr., piano black Taylor Hawkins. Gretsch drum kit and Foo Fighters laminate used at Wembley Stadium, Ghost’s "Papa Emeritus IV" signed Hagstrom Phantom guitar, five different Faith No More bundles, including signed posters, guitar picks and post-show Pass, 311 signed poster and 30-minute live chat with P-Nut, Korn snare drum signed by Ray Luzier, Fever 333 drum head signed by Aric Improta, etc.
"Before becoming the chief guitarist of KISS nearly 20 years ago, I came with the car behind the scenes and worked behind the scenes. I have a unique insight and appreciation for the hard work of our staff every day. I have always been there," Said Tommy Thayer.
Korn’s Ray Luzier said: “Everyone knows that the musician community has suffered. When we finished the tour, I knew our staff was ready for another tour. They spent 10-11 months on the road. , This is the livelihood of them and their families. I know these family members are very injured. I have donated some drumsticks and other items in the past, but decided this time I want it to be special, and I chose a unique hard shell army Drum box. A snare drum used by Michael Berg of Humes & Berg and myself in the 2004 David Lee Roth band tour.
311’s P-Nut added: “I’ve been on tour for more than 28 years, and off-road vehicles are possible at every step of my career. Off-road vehicles are the soul of freedom, and I solve many problems every day during my journey. I donated because I like to chat with great people, and I think this can inspire our audience to dig deeper and help our industry stand up again."
You will also find items such as Rage Against the Machine, Queen + Adam Lambert, Metallica, Billy Idol guitarist Steve Stevens, Avenged Sevenfold, and a large number of live performance photos, including Lemmy, Ozzy Osbourne, Keith Flint, Axl Rose, Cardinal Copia, etc. . .
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. You can also donate to Roadie Relief through their donations