Former AC/DC Bass Player Announces IAN RILEN Fundraiser

November 8, 2006

According to Undercover News, former AC/DC bass player Mark Evans is putting on a fundraiser for the family of the late Ian Rilen this Friday in Sydney.

Evans with partner Dave Tice have organized the show to help raise money for the ROSE TATTOO founder who died a few weeks back in Melbourne.

"It's a chance for Sydneysiders to get together, pay respect and remember Ian, and in the appropriate Rilen fashion give it a real good nudge" Mark told Undercover News.

The show is on this Friday (November 10) at the Bridge Hotel in Rozelle.

There is no door charge but all donations will go to the family.

The show starts at 6:00 p.m.

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