XYZ Lead Singer planning 80s rocker benefit for Japan

Terry Ilous, the lead singer of 80’s metal group XYZ, has organized a 80s rock reunion that will benefit the tsunami victims in Japan.  The show will feature members of some of the top metal/hard rock bands from the 1980s and will take place at Harper’s Bar & Grille in Reseda, CA on April 16th.  A live streaming of the event will be done by Front Row Entertainment at http://frontrowent.tv/

So far, Ilous has gotten commitments from Chris Slade (AC DC, The Firm), Rudy Sarzo (Whitesnake, Ozzy Osbourne, Blue Öyster Cult), Brian Tichy (Whitesnake, Foreigneer, Billy Idol), Richie Kotzen (Poison, Mr. Big), Juan Croucier (RATT), Jon Levin (Dokken), John Payne (Asia), Teddy Zigzag (Guns N’ Roses), James Lomenzo (Megadeth), Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy/Whitesnake), Robin McAuley (Survivor /Msg), Simon Wright (Dio/AC DC), Robert Sarzo (Hurricane) and Mitch Perry (MSG/Asia).

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One Response to XYZ Lead Singer planning 80s rocker benefit for Japan

  1. Time Machine says:

    Hey! Thanks for a great blog, i love the 80s:) You should definitely check out the new artist Midnight Boy and listen to his Roll with it. You will notice where he got his influences.

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