Young Talent and Major Headliners support the American Diabetes Association on 10/30!

Diabetes affects millions of people worldwide. What better way to bring awareness to this significant health issue, than through the healing power of Music? Since diabetes has no bias, plaguing those of all ages, it’s only fitting that those of all ages show their support. On Tuesday, October 30 2018, some incredible musical talent has been assembled to benefit the American Diabetes Association.

On the eve of KISS Kruise VIII “Decades at Sea” (October 31), iconic guitarist Bruce Kulick will be performing at Revolution Live in Ft. Lauderdale, FL with Todd Kerns, Brent Fitz, and Zach Throne. Kulick, of course, is remembered as the lead guitarist for KISS throughout the 80’s and early 90’s during their non-makeup years. He’s also been with the legendary rock band Grand Funk Railroad for the last 18 years. Kerns and Fitz have had some fantastic music careers themselves, most recently being part of ‘Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators‘.

Bruce Kulick recalls his time with KISS

Opening the evening is a very exciting young musician by the name of Jacob Reese Thornton. This teenage rocker out of Florida had his skills recognized by renowned Concert Photographer Robert M Knight. Interviews with both Thornton and Knight can be seen below.

Jacob Reese Thornton is one of America’s next great Rockers!

Concert Photographer Robert M Knight shares his amazing stories

They say that music heals the soul. While music may not heal diabetes, it is certainly a great way to bring awareness and provide support to a great organization like the American Diabetes Association. If you happen to be in the Ft. Lauderdale region on October 30, 2018, make sure to get out to Revolution Live! You’ll be entertained with some awesome Rock & Roll by some of the industries greatest and rockstars of tomorrow.
Bruce Kulick, feat Todd Kerns and Brent Fitz

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