SEBASTIAN BACH To Perform At 'Jeffrey Steele & Friends' Concert

Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach will take part in Jeffrey Steele & Friends, an intimate evening with Jeffrey Steele and special guests, on Thursday, March 12 at Rocketown (401 6th Ave. S) in Nashville, Tennessee. Other artists slated to perform with Steele and his band include Keith Anderson, Billy Dean and LoCash Cowboys, with more to be announced. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Alex LeVasseur Memorial Scholarship Program and Rocketown.

This unique event will include table seating, with a limited VIP section. VIP tables are $1,500; remaining tables are $1,000; limited single seats are available for $100 each. Wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Silent auctions will feature exclusive items including autographed guitars, golf packages, items from John Rich, an autographed Predators jersey, a custom-made Outlaw guitar, and much more.

The Alex LeVasseur Memorial Scholarship Program assists Nashville's frequently overlooked and underprivileged youth by motivating them in school and in life. Jeffrey Steele and his family created the Alex LeVasseur Memorial Scholarship Program at The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, in conjunction with Rocketown/Sixth Avenue Skate Park in Nashville, after Steele's 13-year-old son passed away January 28, 2007 in a tragic accident. Steele and his family are very involved in the program, which has already made a significant impact on its participants.


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