One Love for Chi | A benefit |

One Love for Chi | A benefit

TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; Hit the Road music in partnership with The Grid Bar andamp; Grill is producing a fundraiser for Chi Cheng, bassist of Deftones. In November 2008 Chenng was in an automobile accident which resulted in a serious traumatic brain injury. Chi has made great improvements and is showing signs of communication. The andamp;#8220;One Love for Chi Tahoeandamp;#8221; event is part of an effort to bring him back home to California from a medical center in New Jersey. Once home, he will continue his rehabilitation within the company of his friends and family.Throughout his life Chi has given much love and wisdom, and undoubtedly influenced countless individuals. It is time to reciprocate that love back unto our gentle brother. Admission to this event is free, although donations will be taken. With a stellar line-up of rocking entertainment the evening begins with Forest Grey band, soul music done Tahoe style. Next up is EverandEver, an explosive new hard rock band with an equal balance of heaviness and finesse. And at the request of many, hailed as one Renoandamp;#8217;s finest, return favorite pirate rockers The Deadly Gallows. This is sure to be an exciting and fun-filled evening for all, and a chance to donate to a great cause. Please visit for more information about Chi and make a donation, any amount is greatly appreciated.Event details: Friday, May 18, 9:30 p.m. at The Grid, 8545 North Lake Blvd., Kings Beach, 21+ with free admission and great raffle prizes. Donations will also be taken at the door. Hit The Road Music is located at 8645 North Lake Blvd., Ste. #4 Kings Beach. Contact them at or 530-546-3666.andamp;#8212; Submitted to

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