Valley Bands Unite to Rock Out for the Love of Boobs

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Promoter Lance Wilson will host his annual Rock for the Cure (aka "Save the Boobs") benefit concert Saturday, March 21 at Tempe's Last Exit Bar & Grill. The bill is packed with some of Arizona's finest including Let Go, Audra, Five High, The Bollox, Breaking Down, Pants, Sleepwalk a Robot, Gin Blossom guitarist Scotty Johnson, Ashley Creighton and Strange Young Things singer Corey Gloden.

The rock starts at 7 p.m. with two stages of live entertainment. Cover is a $10 donation to Pink Pals, a team of ladies who will be walking in the Breast Cancer three-day walk. And no, you don't get it for free for flashing your boobs, girls.

Come out and support Wilson -- the older brother of Gin Blossoms lead singer Robin Wilson -- and most importantly breast cancer during this rock for a great cause.

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