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Rock to Recovery, a transformative program for those in treatment and recovery is pleased to announce this year’s 4 on Saturday, August 24th, 2019 at the legendary Fonda Theatre in Hollywood and will feature music from the night’s headline band,  Goldfinger and (musicians from Korn, , , , ). This year’s benefit concert will be honoring actress, singer-songwriter and Golden Globe Winner, with the ICON Award and musician and producer, John Feldmann (Blink 182, Panic! At the Disco, The Used) with the Service Award. will be joined by ’s Shavo Odadjian for the night’s co-headlining band.

The ICON and Service awards are given each year to public figures known far and wide, who use their power to influence great masses of people. The ICON Award specifically honors those people who have battled an addiction to overcome in an industry full of challenges. In doing so and by sharing their experience while accepting the award, they also give great hope to others. “What most people don’t know about Katey is she is an incredibly talented singer, came to LA to pursue music, than just happened to get on one of the most successful sitcoms of all time as Peg Bundy on ‘Married with Children’ and then winning a Golden Globe for her role as Gemma on the smash Sons of Anarchy” says , founder of . “But aside from being a singer, and Iconic actor, she has been in recovery herself for a very long time, and always made herself available to help carry the message of hope, and be of service to those in need.”

The event will take place on Saturday, August 24th, 2019 at the historic Fonda Theater in Hollywood, CA. The concert serves to raise funds and awareness for our non-profit musical programs expanding the Rock to Recovery reach, and helping to support, advocate and inspire people in all types of recovery: Wounded Warriors, addiction, mental health, PTSD, TBI, at-risk youth, foster children, etc. “This is fundraiser is raises about 90% of our annual revenue. With this money we partner with the Dept of Defense, working internationally with wounded veterans” says Geer. “We work at local VA’s, with veterans with spinal cord injuries, youth correctional facilities, indigent rehabs, wherever we can help people. We bring them all hope through our musical programs. In most of these programs, this is the group they will not miss, they fight for the opportunity to be there. For people who have been lost to the darkness for so long, Rock to Recovery brings them light in the most magical way- through playing writing, performing music. I think an injured Air Force veteran said it best when she explained to me that ‘Rock to Recovery helps to put a song back in their heart.'”

 There will be a Rockstar-studded concert headlined by the legendary punk rock band Goldfinger and a performance by the Rock to Recovery Band- comprised of musicians from Korn, Hed P.E., , Snot, D.I., Death on Wednesday, Kill Radio, and Kut U Up. Past award recipients and special guests include: Mike Ness (Social Distortion), Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Moby, Chester Bennington (Linkin Park), Fred Durst (Limp Bizkit), Dave Navarro (Janes Addiction), Robert DeLeo (Stone Temple Pilots), Dean DeLeo (Stone Temple Pilots), Matt Sorum (Guns n Roses/Velvet Revolver), Jaime Pressly, and Bryan Fogel (Academy Award Winner).

Former Korn, Hed P.E., guitarist Wesley Geer founded Rock to Recovery on December 12, 2012, in an effort to give non-musicians access to the magic, healing powers of playing music, and advance the use of music expression groups in various treatment settings. In each session, program participants form a band, write a song together, and record their work, offering an uplifting, therapeutic release to patients recovering from PTSD, alcoholism, drug addiction, depression, cancer treatments and more, by organically helping improve body/brain chemistry by stimulating the natural release of serotonin, dopamine, endorphins, and oxytocin. Rock to Recovery typically operates as an adjunct service to a treatment center’s curriculum, and in just four years, the program has grown to become an integral part of the weekly treatment curriculum for nearly eighty programs.

Rock to Recovery’s non-profit entity donates its services to the U.S. Department of Defense’s Wounded Warriors program, state-funded programs and indigent rehabs like the Salvation Army and Clare Foundation, programs for at-risk youths including Turning Point and North County Lifeline, as well as Breath of Heaven, and local VA programs including New Directions for Veterans and the Brentwood VA.

Prior to the inception of these annual concerts, Rock to Recovery has been entirely self-funded. Due to the program’s success and subsequent demand, coupled with the overwhelming successes of previous year’s events, the organization will continue to grow its reach through these annual fundraising celebrations in order to bring the healing power of music to more people. Ticket information is available at  AXS.com. Purchase tickets by phone by calling AXS at (888) 929-7849. All proceeds from the evening’s concert benefit Rock to Recovery 501(c)3.

The event, which is being sponsored by  Foundations Recovery Network (FRN), START UP RECOVERY, NextGen, and Cliffside Malibu will be an excellent opportunity to celebrate Rock to Recovery’s current work. Learn more about the program and celebrate its successes, as well as support its goals for future action. For more information on Rock to Recovery, please visit: www.rocktorecovery.org.

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