Several rock bands from yesteryear will be jamming for a cause on Saturday, June 10, when they reunite at Mesa’s historic Nile Theater to spread prostate cancer awareness and support Chandler resident Chris Caminiti, who was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer at the age of 46.
The lineup for the event includes 1980s hair metal bands Teazer and Cry Wolf along with local 1990s outfits Wired to Pluto and Cason. Caminiti was a member of each group in the past. Metal act Black Curtain will fill out the bill.
Fans and supporters will also use the event to celebrate Caminiti’s birthday and give the Chandler resident the opportunity to play his final show as a drummer. Proceeds from the event will go toward Caminiti’s medical bills and other costs associated with his diagnosis.
Source: Rockers will regroup to play for cancer-stricken friend | Our Community | eastvalleytribune.com