Another Rocker Steps up to Help the Jersey Shore Recover
This time it’s a guy from across the pond.
Well, actually, Mick Fleetwood may originally be from Cornwall, England, but he’s been living in the U.S. since the 70′s and became a U.S. citizen in L.A. in 2006.
He’s lending his support to the non-profit organization from Red Bank called RebuildRecover, which works “directly with communities in need to find the perfect fit for the right volunteers and resources to distribute to them appropriately.”
As Mick says:
“We’re all in this together, for the long haul … We are restoring, rebuilding and recovering the communities that are so dear to our hearts by getting donations directly to those in need.”
He added that 100 percent of the donations will go to aiding those suffering along the Jersey shore.
Fleetwood Mac’s drummer is expected to reunite with the other band members for new music and a tour next year.