Alice Cooper, Josh Homme and Matt Sorum are set to a part of a concert at the historic Plaza Theatre in downtown Palm Springs. It has been announced that there will be a fundraising concert featuring The Palm Springs All Stars, a stellar lineup of world-class musicians and their rockstar friends.
The concert is set to take place in November
“Rock The Plaza” is a major concert to be performed at the Plaza Theatre in Palm Springs. The concert will take place on Friday, November 11 at 8 p.m. Tickets and additional information may be found at savetheplazatheatreps.org.
The Palm Springs All-Stars are headed by local residents Spike Edney (tour musical director and keyboardist for legendary rock band Queen), Brian Ray (lead, rhythm, bass guitarist with Paul McCartney),and Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame drummer Matt Sorum (Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver, The Cult).
Additional performers scheduled to appear include the “godfather of shock rock” Alice Cooper, Paul Rodgers (Free, Bad Company, Queen), Josh Homme (Queens Of The Stone Age) and Orianthi (Michael Jackson, Steve Vai, Alice Cooper). Additional musicians include Jon Button (The Who) on bass, Pete Thorn (Chris Cornell, Melissa Etheridge, Don Henley) on guitar and Teddy “Zig Zag” Andreadis (Guns N’ Roses, Slash, Carole King) on keyboards. The event will be hosted by music producer and SiriusXM DJ Chris Carter.
“We are blown away by the incredible talent that has stepped forward and joined forces to offer this spectacular benefit show,” said J.R. Roberts, Palm Springs Plaza Theatre Foundation president. “Never before has such a world-class group of musicians freely donated their time and resources to help us restore the historic Plaza Theatre. We are indebted to this talented group of performers and to the event sponsors, Margaritaville Resort, SiriusXM radio, and The Shag Store.”
The Palm Springs All-Stars are a collection of talented internationally known musicians, concerned citizens, and lovers of the city and its musical heritage. The group is a fluid and ever-expanding union of all those who can bring their talent to the table, in a combined effort to save the Plaza Theatre.