Category Archives: Benefits

Mastodon playing benefit show in tiny venue

Posted by on March 5, 2015

Mastodon will be playing a “Benefit and Birthday Party” on March 11th at The Earl, a 300 person capacity room in Atlanta, GA. Tickets for the event are $30 each, and are will-call only. All of the proceeds are going to Steve McPeeks, the bass player in West End Motel, a project that features Mastodon guitarist Brent Hinds. McPeeks was, […]

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Auction Items For Old Bridge Metal Militia/Fundraiser Include Slayer Bass

Posted by on May 9, 2013

The metal community is still reeling from last week’s loss of Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman. And the general New Jersey/New York area is still feeling repercussions from superstorm Sandy six months later. This Saturday (11) is the Old Bridge Metal Militia reunion and benefit for hurricane victims presented by Jon and Marsha Zazula in Freehold, […]

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He Had A Dream: Jon Zazula Assembles All Star Lineup For Sandy Relief

Posted by on April 23, 2013

Jon Zazula, or Jonny Z, as he’s better known, is metal royalty. As the owner of East Brunswick record store Rock’n Roll Heaven in the early ’80s, he fell into tape trading and co-founded Megaforce Records with his wife Marsha to put out music by a band he’d helped discover via tape trading called Metallica. […]

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WSOU Hosting Radiothon For Hurricane Sandy Relief On Friday

Posted by on November 27, 2012

For those of you outside of the New York area, you probably haven’t thought about Hurricane Sandy in a few weeks. However, nearly a month after rain first started to fall, New York and New Jersey are still devastated. There are many people who lost everything, and things still are far from normal around these parts. […]

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Vision Of Disorder Brooklyn Show To Double As Benefit For Hurricane Sandy Victims

Posted by on November 12, 2012

As many know, the East Coast was devastated several weeks ago by Hurricane Sandy. While those not in the area might have looked at pictures and moved on, the devastation is far from over. There are still many in Long Island that don’t have power two weeks later, and countless people on Staten Island and […]

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