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This Wild Life Hosts National Breast Cancer Foundation Charity Event

On October 7th, This Wild Life will be hosting a charity event “No More Bad Days: An Evening with This Wild Life to Battle Breast Cancer” in Anaheim at Chain Reaction. All the ticket and merchandise sales at the show will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. If that wasn’t enough, Epitaph records will be donating 10% of all This Wild Life record sales to the NBCF to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Why This Wild Life? The acoustic duo from California, Kevin Jordan and Anthony Del Grosso have been putting in work with lots of touring, their debut album Clouded and blowing straight into the current pop-punk scene. “No More Bad Days”, one of their most popular tracks, was written by Jordan as a reaction to his mother’s struggle with cancer. In a personal statement from Kevin Jordan, this sums up shortly what he and This Wild Life are really trying to do: “Supporting women in health and financial struggles is something very close to home for me. Pushing this song to women and their families who are in pain is a start, but we want to show how powerful support through music can truly be.”

Tickets are already on sale for the event. They are $20 a piece and can be purchased HERE! Admission also includes a performance by This Wild Life and an exclusive “No More Bad Days” t-shirt. So whether you can attend the event or not, it is always important to bring awareness to battling breast cancer. Check out This Wild Life in the links below.

Listen to “No More Bad Days” at YouTube

Words By Tiffany Taylor


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