Metallica member Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo have announced that they are teaming with The Who frontman Roger Daltrey to sign a guitar for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity. Lars Ulrich revealed what Ozzy Osbourne did to Metallica last week.
“So me and @robtrujillo , with @chloetrujillo … and of course a whole host of other rock legends (Scott Gorsham from Thin Lizzy and @officialthewho’s Roger Daltrey) have signed this epic guitar, donated by @misteradriansmith and hand-painted by @chloetrujillo!
Now you can bid on the guitar and support @teenage_cancer’s work: (link in bio) https://givergy.uk/RockLegendSignedGuitar #metallicafamily#jacksonguitars #customguitars@metallica“
Roger Daltrey wrote on The Who Instagram, “Roger Daltrey has joined other rock ‘n’ roll royalty to sign this beautiful guitar, hand-painted by @chloetrujillo. You can now bid on this guitar at https://givergy.uk/RockLegendSignedGuitar and support the incredible work of @teenage_cancer! #jacksonguitars #customguitars.”
Howard Stern revealed disgusting The Who disrespect last week. The Teenage Cancer Trust write on their website TeenageCancerTrust.org, “Around seven young people aged between 13 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. They need expert treatment and support from the moment they hear the word ‘cancer.’ We’re the only charity dedicated to making this happen.”
They also write, “Over 28 years we’ve learnt a lot about what it’s like to be a young person with cancer and the unique emotional, physical and practical needs that come with a diagnosis.
We have a fantastic team of staff and volunteers who are inspired daily by the amazing young people who are treated on our units and via our outreach services. Young people help us decide the best way to offer cancer services and are at the heart of everything we do.”
“We create world-class cancer services for young people in the UK, providing life-changing care and support so young people don’t have to face cancer alone.
We know that having cancer at a young age comes with its own particular set of challenges. Our services put the needs of young people first and allow them to face those challenges together.” Roger Daltrey called out a horrible The Who performance last week.