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Supa Pirate Booty Hunt co-creator & voice actor Steve Sievers will be a guest at Inland Empire Comic Expo at the historic Fox Theater Sunday April 15th with special preview night Saturday from 7 – 8 PM. Details at www.ForbiddnPanel.com
This red carpet event for Music Saves Lives featured Monster Energy, celebrity kart race, motocross stunt show, Wee Man’s Chronic Tacos, Good Guys in Black live, and silent auction all to benefit Music Saves Lives that focused its main efforts on blood donation and marrow registration, reaching out by sharing facts and educating young people on music tours nationwide. MSL began in 2006 and has reach out to more than 2 million youth blood donors and registered over 20,000 for the marrow program saving as many as 15 people with leukemia. Their efforts have changed lives across the US and in Canada. Supa Pirate Booty Hunt award winning animated PSA ‘Nurse Boobies Please’ played on TV’s through out the event along with a sneak peak of our next animated PSA ‘Metal in My Shell’ featuring Dave Mustaine of Megadeth.
Last summer SPBH creator & voice actor Steve Sievers did the award winning animation ‘Nurse Boobies‘ Please’ that took place at the 2011 Vans Warped Tour that featured main stage artist 3OH!3. The animation was later turned into a comic book and given out at every date of the 2011 Vans Warped Tour with Steve Sievers doing Comic Book signings at six dates. Once again, Vans Warped Tour will be back this summer and it kick off last Thursday at Club Nokia at LA Live for the 2012 Kick-Off Party. Steve Sievers got to attend and here are some pics from the event:
Music Saves Lives Celebrity Kart Race fueled by Monster Energy April 1st at the K1 Speed Way. This red carpet event features the cast of Storage Wars, Millionarie Matchmaker, with many musicians, BMX Bikers, Surfers, & Skateboard artists. Most importantly, Supa Pirate Booty Hunt award winning animated PSA’s that we did for Music Saves Lives will be screening on TV’s at the event all night. Get your tickets at www.musicsaveslives.org