The local boys of the Red Hot Chili Peppers Anthony Keidis and Flea will be hosting an event to benefit the Silverlake Conservatory Of Music on October 16th. There will be special performances by the Chili Peppers and Rancid. It is also Flea's Birthday.
Flea is actually the founder of the SCOM. Here is the kicker; the event is going to be held at Flea's house!!!
The intimate evening will include special performances by Red Hot Chili Peppers and RANCID, dinner and a limited silent auction featuring support from President Bill Clinton, Chad Smith, Raymond Pettibon, Damien Hirst, Dana Louise Kirkpatrick, Tim Armstrong, John Varvatos, Maroon 5, Santa Maria Novella, Khiels, Fender, Marc Jacobs, Diane Von Furstenberg, Kelly Slater, Gagosian Gallery, Andy Summers, LnA Clothing, Supreme and Shepard Fairey among our auction supporters.
The donation amount to attend the event are $1500.00, and all in kind donations are fully tax deductible.
The Silverlake Conservatory of Music is still soliciting for auction contributions, gift bag items and sponsors.
For more information, please visit the official web site HERE!
This event sounds hot!-DocFB
Adeline Records will be releasing "The Thing That Ate Larry Livemore" compilation on May 29th featuring the future of Punk Rock and more.
Livermore was asked by Green Day's frontman Billy Joe Armstrong to make the compilation and at first, Livermore did not want to do it.
"When Billie Joe asked me to put together this compilation, my first reaction was to say, 'Absolutely not.' I was too busy with other projects, and besides, I'd been saying for years that I was done with the music business, that people should take me out and shoot me if I ever showed any sign of wanting to get back into it,"
"But then I realized that this was an opportunity to do for a whole new crop of bands what we'd been able to accomplish at Lookout back in the 80s and 90s, which was to bring exciting and passionate music to the attention of a public that might otherwise never get to hear it. Once I thought about it in that light, it was impossible to say no."
Livermore ran Lookout records, which first introduced us to bands like Green Day, Operation Ivy, Rancid, Screeching Weasel and many more.
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