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Josh Homme Organizes Second Benefit for Cancer-Striken Brian O'Connor

July 15, 2010 (7:38 am) GMT
For the upcoming August 12 gig at Los Angeles' Club Nokia, Queens of the Stone Age and Eagles of Death Metal have been tapped to perform.

Rocker Josh Homme is bringing two of his groups together for a benefit to raise cash and help band mate Brian O'Connor fund his ongoing cancer treatment. and the will hit the stage together at Los Angeles' Club Nokia next month, on August 12 to be exact, for the show.

O'Connor, the bassist for Eagles of Death Metal, was recently diagnosed with cancer and is currently undergoing treatment. All proceeds from the benefit will assist with the bass player's medical aid and vital living expenses.

The benefit is the second that Homme has organized for his band mate. His supergroup played in a previous charity show in London, England on July 5.

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