Arlo Guthrie Sings For BADD

Frederick MarylandMay 8, 1989

Arlo Guthrie best known for his hits “The City Of New Orleans” and “The Motorcycle Song” played a few for BADD as well he signed an acoustic guitar with the lyrics to his infamous song.

Steve Earl Strums A Few For BADD

MontrealFebruary 22, 1989

Country Rocker Steve Earl joined BADD tonight and signed a Copperhead Road acoustic guitar, he also signed our poster.

Blues Legend John Mayal With BADD

MontrealFebruary 18, 1989

John Mayal and his Bluesbreakers were in town to support BADD tonight. He was pleased to see all the familiar names on our poster.Ron Wood, Eric Clapton, and Jimmy Page all played with the band leader at one time in their careers. Check out the poster and see how many signatures you can make out.Thats Jack Nicholson near […]

Jeff Healey With BADD

MontrealFebruary 2, 1989

Blind Canadian lead guitarist Jeff Healey signed the BADD poster tonight as well as a Black Kramer guitar scheduled for Toronto`s HRC.If he comes to your area don`t miss this guy, he rocks!!

Cheap Trick Joins In

MontrealJanuary 21, 1989

Pop band Cheap Trick invited BADD to the show in Montreal tonight and signed our poster as well as a few guitars for the cause.The band was pissed that we didn`t bring the BADDHOG. It seems they were looking forward to having it onstage during the show however 4 feet of snow blocking the garage had something to do […]

Jim Messina Rides For BADD

Santa Barbara CaliforniaJanuary 20, 1989

Jim Messina invited BADD up to his home in Santa Barbara California today to show off his new Harley Softail and to put his name on the list of supporters. Jim started his career with Loggins and Messina in the early 70`s and Poco. He is currently working on a new solo record.

Bill Medley Supports BADD

MontrealNovember 14, 1988

Bill Medley was in town to join in and sign his name to our poster. He also recorded a PSA for radio. Check it out on our front page.His hits include “The Time of Your Life” from Dirty Dancing and several #1 hits in the 50`s with the Chamber Brothers.