Former ALICE IN CHAINS Members To Perform At Seattle Festival/Political Fundraiser

Jerry Cantrell (CARDBOARD VAMPYRES, ex-ALICE IN CHAINS), Sean Kinney (ex-ALICE IN CHAINS), Chris Wyse (CARDBOARD VAMPYRES, ex-THE CULT), and Eric Bradley will perform with QUEENSRŸCHE at Graceland in Seattle, WA on Thursday, September 23. The concert is one of a number of events that will be staged as part of No Vote Left Behind, a festival/political fundraiser being held Sept. 23-26 at a variety of Seattle venues.

Proceeds from No Vote Left Behind will fund donations to the Democratic National Committee, progressive candidates in congressional races and like-minded political action groups.

"There are a lot of other great organizations that are using music to increase voter turn-out and register voters," said NVLB's Chris Olson in a statement last month. "We want to use music more directly as a fundraising tool. We really want to be a partisan voice in the music community working for regime change."

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