For people who witnessed Sixx Seconds to Mars, a Mötley Crüe tribute band, bring down the house last month at Dingbatz, in Clifton, N.J., you do not want to miss the group’s next outdoor show on April 9th, in Old Bride, N.J. (67 Old Amboy RD.), for Ride for Charity, as Bikers Rally Across America for Brain Injured Children.
Heck, you might as well grab a bunch of old-school metal heads and take them with you, willingly or not. It is your call, but, hey, it’s for charity. So, what do you have to lose?
Sixx Seconds to Mars, fronted by Paul Fessock, an educator and five-time children’s book author, hits the high notes the way Vince Neil does.
Plus, the band is absolutely dead-on spectacular, from the rockstar-looking bass player Johnny Leigh to the glitzy guitar virtuoso Chris Radice, down to gifted drummer Ron Lipnicki, formerly of tOverkill.
Other bands on hand will be That Metal Band, Big House Pete, and Junkyard Dawgs.
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Long live rock n’ roll.
— Jerry Del Priore