L.A. Punk Acts Perform Benefit Show For Cancer-Stricken Peer
January 23, 2013 at 11:11 AM (PT)
L.A. punk-era bands THE ADOLESCENTS, MIKE WATT, AGENT ORANGE, SHATTERED FAITH, CHANNEL 3, URINALS and more will play a special benefit concert at the ECHO and the ECHOPLEX this FRIDAY, JANUARY 25th to raise funds to pay the medical bills of MIDDLE CLASS Founder MIKE ATTA, who is battling cancer. ALICE BAG from THE BAGS will MC this one-time event; proceeds will go to the "Help MIKE ATTA Battle Cancer" at fundrazr.com/campaigns/6Otz6.
Simultaneously, BURGER RECORDS will release a limited edition cassette featuring some of the aforementioned bands, as well as MIDDLE CLASS, EDDIE & THE SUBTITLES, BIG BOYS, CHANNEL 3, CIRCLE JERKS, THE CROWD, THE DICKS, MUDHONEY, THE MUFFS, NERVOUS GENDER, OFF!, REDD KROSS, YOUTH BRIGADE
and 7 Seconds
Proceeds from the one-time only pressing will also go to the Help MIKE ATTA Battle Cancer fund. It will be for sale at the concert and for sale on the BURGER RECORDS website on SATURDAY, JANUARY 26th.