Playing Around: Airsick benefit 

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The band formerly known as Last Supper has got a new name and a new bass-player (Robbie "The Kid"), and they've got their cans of whoop-ass in hand, just waiting for the right moment to open them. The right moment will be Friday night at Paradise City when the sick boys from Airsick will cop some altitude to benefit the Southern Colorado AIDS Project (S-CAP). "S-CAP has proven itself to this community, and to my family as a worthwhile organization," said lead singer Theodore Schroll of his decision to hold the benefit. If the fact that it's a benefit for a great organization hasn't convinced you, you might be interested to know that Airsick, in their former incarnation, opened for hard rocking nu-metal radio faves Sevendust, punk rawkers Corrosion of Conformity, and lots of other burly bands. Though they've aged a bit, they still look better than Metallica, and can still get really high ... jumping, that is. Go to www.geocities.com/getairsick/Main.html for more. geosites

-- Noel Black


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