By Laura Medina
Rhonda's Kiss Benefit Concert was a Nineties all-star blast.
Era-defining and alternative rock luminaries, Jane's Addiction and the Hellcat Saints' all-stars of "Alice in Chain" Jerry Cantrell and "The Cult" Billy Duffy and "Weezer" members rock out their classic songs and their hearts for Rhonda's Kiss, a cancer charity that helps cancer make financial ends met, https://rhondaskiss.org/site/
Drea De Matteo is a rocker.
"He's Just Not Into You" and "Sex and the City" writer, Greg Behrendt hosted the concert...
The opening band was the Hellcat Saints, rocking each member's classic songs that define a generation....
Billy Duffy did The Cult's hit, "Love Removal"...
Guest lead singer, Jerry Cantrell sang his Alice in Chains' grunge hit, "Man in the Box."
Of course, everybody came out for legendary alternative rockers, Jane's Addiction.
They did all their classic Nineties alternative hit songs:
AIN’T NO RIGHT
TED, JUST ADMIT IT
BEEN CAUGHT STEALING
They saved the real fundraising towards the very end, right before their last, final song, "Jane Says."
It was a guitar autographed by Perry Farrell, Jerry Cantrell, and Billy Duffy. It was auctioned off at thousands of dollars. Simple, that was it.
Jane's Addiction ended the night with a touching, acoustic version of "Jane Says."
May you have a rockin' Christmas around the Christmas tree.