TWISTED SISTER Performs On ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ (Video)

TWISTED SISTER performed on last night’s (Tuesday, April 26) edition of NBC-TV‘s “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon”. The program aired at 12:35 a.m. ET (technically early Wednesday morning, April 27). You can now watch the “We’re Not Gonna Take It” performance below. The band also played a second track, “I Am, I’m Me”, which is available for viewing at this location.

On Friday, April 29, TWISTED SISTER will perform at the Best Buy Theater in New York City to benefit The Pinkburst Project. Tickets are $45 via online, Charge by Phone 800.745.3000, and at the Best Buy Theater box office (no service charge) located at 1515 Broadway at W. 44th Street, Monday through Saturday, 12 noon to 6 p.m.

Created by TWISTED SISTER guitarist Jay Jay French, The Pinkburst Project is a collection of custom made guitars and amplifiers that have been built to both create awareness for The Ocular Immunology and Uveitis Foundation and be sold at auction to help raise funds for research, education and support for those affected by uveitis and other inflammatory eye diseases. Uveitis is the leading cause of blindness among American girls.

The Pinkburst Project one-of-a-kind collection includes custom made guitars from Gibson, Fender, Paul Reed Smith, Epiphone, Gretsch Martin and custom amps from Marshall, Fender, Vox, Mesa, Orange, Hartke and Diamond. All will be offered for sale at auction during the Skinner Fine Musical Instruments Auction on Sunday, May 1, 2011 in Boston, Massachusetts

Auction previews will take place at Skinner Auctioneers at their Boston location (63 Park Plaza). The preview dates and times will take place as follows (all times EST):

April 29: 12 noon – 7 p.m.
April 30: 10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
May 1: 9-10:30 a.m.

French states, “The Pinkburst Project was my way of calling attention to the virtually unknown disease called uveitis. In a world of cookie-cutter fundraisers, I wanted to do something that was different and really exciting, something that would get lots of attention with collectors of musical instruments, something never done before (and probably never again) and something that could hopefully raise a lot of money.”

French commissioned the custom shops of the world’s top guitar electric makers to replicate the color and style of his pink sunburst Gibson Les Paul. To anyone even remotely involved with this industry, this dream would seem completely unrealistic as all these companies are highly competitive and many have even sued each other over the slightest attempt at copying anything that the other was doing.

The entire collection can be viewed online at www.pinkburstproject.org and will appear in Skinner ‘s catalog and auction previews in April.

 

 

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