HENRY ROLLINS To Perform BLACK FLAG Songs At Hollywood In-Store

November 14, 2002

Henry Rollins will perform the songs of his former group BLACK FLAG at an in-store appearance at Hollywood's Amoeba Music on Dec. 3. To help make the occasion even more special, Rollins has sent word out to ex-BLACK FLAG member Keith Morris and Chuck Dukowski letting them know that they're welcome to join in on the festivities.

"I've got no confirmation on their involvement," Rollins said. "Keith's on tour with the CIRCLE JERKS, and I wrote a letter to Chuck last night and haven't heard back from him. But if they show up to sing, great."

The concert promotes "Rise Above", a new benefit CD for the Free the West Memphis 3 Defense Fund, on which Morris and Dukowski perform alongside Rollins, Iggy Pop, SLIPKNOT's Corey Taylor, and others.

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