METALLICA Fan Bids Over $23,000 For Day In Studio With Band

July 22, 2002

A METALLICA fan reportedly made a winning bid of $23,200 for a day in the studio and dinner with the band. The charity auction, which concluded on Friday, July 19th was held on Ebay. METALLICA is donating the entire winning bid to the T.J. Martell Foundation.

The winner and a guest will spend an entire day with the members of METALLICA and producer Bob Rock in their new private studio in San Francisco, as the band continues work on its first studio album of original material in six years. Two round-trip coach class airline tickets, a two-night hotel stay, and a three-day car rental are also included in the charity package.

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