ROCK AGAINST MS HOSTS FIRST ANNUAL PISTONS ‘N’ PINUPS CAR SHOW & CONCERT
Did you hear about the First Annual Rock Against MS Pistons & Pinups car show and music event? If not, we’re here to fill you in. Pistons & Pinups featured some wicked awesome cars, motorbikes, cinema, a pinup girl contest, and a night full of music all for a great cause, to fight MS.
Hosted by the ROCK AGAINST MS FOUNDATION, a 501(C)3 non-profit, Pistons & Pinups was a fun way to raise awareness and bring support to those fighting the affliction of MS. The ROCK AGAINST MS FOUNDATION mission is to: “Provide services from a three (3) grant resource system, which will provide daily care, quality of life needs and emergency funding, while assisting people with multiple sclerosis (MS) to live independent and full lives. Additionally, a brick and mortar facility we will call THE ROCK HOUSE is in the planning stages, and will provide free of charge, multiple programs and opportunities designed to heal the mind, body and spirit of all those whose lives have been affected by MS.”
Attending an event that showcased music, cars, and pinups all for a great cause was a win-win for all.
What went down at Pistons & Pinups? One of the events included a pinup contest of course, featuring lovely ladies who were rocking their most sassy and sexiest rockabilly attire.
So how could things get any better? Throw in some show-stopping classic rides that included pimped out trucks, classic cars, ratrods, and even a trike.
Entertainment for the evening included Hula Hoop artist Lillian Starr plus music by The Satin Dolls performing their 1940’s USO style song and dance revue, GILBY CLARKE (Guns N’ Roses Alumni), MS. PUSSY FONTAINE – Drummer of the PHANTOM POMPS and more.
If the beautiful ladies, sexy vehicles, and booty shaking music wasn’t enough, the Valley Relic Museum was open to event attendees. It features television, cinema, pop/underground culture props and relics.
Walking through the museum was like taking a trip down memory lane (for almost anyone past the age of 30).
To sum it all up, Pistons & Pinups was a day with a little something for everyone. Music, cars, bikes, food, and fun… all to help those with MS. Be sure to check out Rock Against MS on Facebook and see what you can do to become part of events like this in the future.