Scott Ian, Phil Demmel, and More to Jam Out for Animal Shelter Charity

Next Tuesday, roughly 50 different rock and metal artists will come together to take the stage for the Ultimate Jam Night, a charity concert that aims to benefit Animal Tracks, a southern California sanctuary for endangered animals.

Hosted by comedian Hal Sparks, the show will take place at the famous Whisky A Go Go and will be free to anyone 21 years old and over. Festivities will kick off at 8 p.m. and donations will be collected on site, with all funds generated going directly to help ensure that Animal Tracks can keep running.

This year’s completely unrehearsed concert will feature a star-studded list of performers, including the following:

  • Scott Ian (Anthrax)
  • Pearl Aday (Motor Sister)
  • Chloe Trujillo
  • Candlebox
  • Phil Demmel (Vio-Lence, Machine Head)
  • Cesar Soto (Ministry)
  • Bulletboys
  • Chuck Wright (Alice Cooper)
  • Eddie Veliz (Kyng)
  • Alex Lopez (Suicide Silence, P.O.D.)
  • Doc Coyle (Bad Wolves)
  • Dan Konopka (Ok Go)
  • Dug Pinnick (King’s X)
  • Stu Hamm (Steve Vai, Joe Satriani)
  • Justin Smolian (Dirty Honey)
  • Philip Paulsen (Palaye Royale)
  • Blake Allard (Joyous Wolf)
  • Joey Vera (Armored Saint)
  • Ira Black (Vio-Lence, Bullet Boys)
  • Christian Olde Wolbers (Vio-Lence)
  • Marco Mendoza (Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy)
  • Sean McNabb (Dokken, Keef Richards)
  • Ricky Bonzazza (Butcher Babies)
  • Toshi Yonagi (The Jimmy Kimmel Band)
  • Joe Travers (Joe Satriani, Zappa Band)
  • Fred Aching (Kings Of Thrash)
  • Matt Fuller (Puddle Of Mudd)
  • Jake Faun (Winger, David Lee Roth)
  • Revel Ian
  • Stephen Shinn
  • Allison Scagliatti (Warehouse 13)
  • Brett Copeland
  • Greg Coates (Rock Of Ages, Lemmo)
  • The Mechanical Roots
  • Jacob Mandel (Tetra Collective)
  • John Allan
  • Adi Argelazi (White Witch)

Since 2002, Animal Tracks has been the home to more than 80 rescued animals. Sadly, these animals are neither suited to be household pets, nor are they easily placed in local zoos. Because of those facts, the shelter provides a living space and constant care to ensure these exotic animals are kept alive and healthy. According to organizers, the money will also help the organization “find new facilities in the face of ongoing zoning issues.”

Chuck Wright, former bassist of Quiet Riot, founded the Ultimate Jam Night back in 2015. Looking forward to this year’s event, he said he was hopeful they’ll be able to ensure Animal Tracks continues running for some time.

“Animal Tracks is a unique southern Californian treasure. Staffed by dedicated volunteers under the direction of a trained exotic animal experts, Animal Tracks takes hard to place endangered animals and gives them a last-chance home and care. Otherwise, these beautiful creatures would be destroyed.”

For more information about the concert, visit the Ultimate Jam Night website.

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