Soulfly Guitarist Marc Rizzo To Take Part In Autism Benefit Show
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On Sunday, August 20, SOULFLY guitarist Marc Rizzo will be performing at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ as part of a benefit for the Garden Academy. The Garden Academy is a group started by parents of children with autism. This benefit will raise money for the Garden Academy school, which specifically deals with the needs of autistic children, opening September 2006. Tickets are $20, all proceeds of which will go to the school, and can either be purchased at the Stone Pony box office or through Ticketmaster. The event starts at 2:00 p.m. and is presented by Phlamencore Entertainment.
For more information and to see a flyer for the event, go to: www.myspace.com/marcrizzo.
After SOULFLY plays the 10th annual D-Low Memorial Festival on August 17 with quite of few special guests, they'll be gearing up to destroy the ears of North American metal fans beginning in the middle of September. FULL BLOWN CHAOS and INCITE will open the entire tour. WICKED WISDOM will provide support on the first portion of the trek and SCARS OF TOMORROW will take over their spot at the start of October.
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