FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JULY 6, 2016
D.A.D. TO PRESENT CRUEFEST HOLLYWOOD 2016
JULY 5, 2016, (CLIFTON, N.J.) – On Saturday, July 30th, 2016 The 15th Annual Cruefest Hollywood will once again invade the Whisky A Go-Go, and celebrate music to raise money in memory of Skylar Neil. Proceeds from Cruefest Hollywood will be donated in the memory of Skylar Neil to assist those with cancer.
Although the event is not affiliated with Motley Crue or the CrueFest Tour, over the years CrueFest Hollywood supporters have included: Steven Adler (Guns and Roses), Jack Russell (Great White), Chip Z’Nuff (Enuff Z’Nuff), Jeff Duncan (Armored Saint), and Graham Bonnet of (Rainbow) among others. In addition, Neil Wharton (Vice Neil’s son) has headlined the event several times. Numerous celebrities including Andrew Dice Clay have been in attendance to show their support for the event as well.
“The support from the D.A.D. Program for CrueFest Hollywood is just amazing,” says Cat Mclain, CrueFest Hollywood promotional director. “We are so thrilled, and cannot thank Pat Gesualdo and D.A.D. enough.”
“It is a great honor to join CrueFest Hollywood,” says D.A.D. Founder/CEO Pat Gesualdo.” Both the organization and their fans work hard every year to support this great cause, and we want expand their effort anyway we can.”
D.A.D. (Drums and Disabilities) is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit organization. Psychologists, neuroscientists, health facilities, school systems, and special needs providers in over 15 countries use D.A.D.’s “Healing Art of Drum Therapy” program, to help special needs children develop physical and cognitive functioning. Numerous celebrities, sports stars, law enforcement agencies, and major corporations join with Celebrated Drum Virtuoso /D.A.D. Founder Pat Gesualdo, to help children on a Global basis.
ABOUT CRUEFEST HOLLYWOOD
Since 2001, Cruefest Hollywood has been a musical event organized by the fans of the band Motley Crue in memory of Skylar Neil. This event was developed through the goodwill, generosity, dedication and energy of a group of fans from all over North America. All proceeds go to Cancer Charities in memory of Skylar Neil the daughter of Motley Crue lead vocalist Vince Neil who lost her battle with cancer at age 4.