WARRANT Singer Interviewed At '95.5 KLOS Christmas Show' Rehearsals (Video)

December 13, 2012

Jeff Keith and Troy Luccketta (TESLA),Gregg Bissonette (DAVID LEE ROTH),Orianthi (ALICE COOPER) and Robert Mason (WARRANT) are among the musicians who are scheduled to perorm at the 95.5 KLOS Christmas Show, which will take place this Thursday, December 13 at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California. The DOOBIE BROTHERS will headline the event and will autograph two guitars donated by Norman's Rare Guitars. Proceeds from the guitars will benefit the Eisner Pediatric Family Medical Center and the Midnight Mission.

A backstage interview with Mason, conducted during yesterday's rehearsals for tonight's concert, can be seen below.

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