’80s Hard Rockers Join Forces As United Rockers 4U To Support Disaster Victims
November 8, 2011
United Rockers 4U has just launched their website at www.unitedrockers4u.org to inform rockers and fans worldwide of its efforts to raise money for the disaster victims suffering from the natural disasters that have plagued areas of our planet and continue to do so. Efforts to do so started with the Japanese earthquake/tsunami which occurred earlier this year. United Rockers 4U is made up of rock artists united in support of disaster relief for The American Red Cross through its music and events.
United Rockers 4U is a coalition of notable rock artists and entertainment industry professionals aimed at generating funds for charity through the power of music. It was established by Terry Ilous, Jeff Paris and Peter Kalish in order to raise money for the American Red Cross in response to Japan’s earthquake and tsunami disaster in March 2011. United Rockers 4U seeks to utilize the world wide rock community in support of a growing array of humanitarian causes.
“One Family” is the charity single by United Rockers 4U featuring a rock ‘n roll all-star cast with Eddie Money, Bobby Kimbal (Toto), Don Dokken (Dokken), Jimi Jamison (Survivor), Terry Ilous (Great White/XYZ), Robin McCauley (MSG/Survivor), Jeff Paris, Richie Kotzen (Poison/Mr. Big), Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt), Phil Lewis (L.A. Guns), Rudy Sarzo (Ozzy Osbourne/Quiet Riot/Whitesnake), Brian Tichy (Whitesnake/Foreigner/Billy Idol), Robert Sarzo (Hurricane), and Michael Thompson. Proceeds from the sale of “One Family” will go to The American Red Cross for Disaster Relief.
All the singers, musicians and crew have graciously donated their time, talent and resources. We need your support and donation to help our music make a difference in World Disaster Relief.
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