Kings of Chaos Performed a Charity Concert for Dolphin Conservation

Adi Waluyo    •    Kamis, 30 Jul 2015 21:48 WIB
Kings of Chaos Performed a Charity Concert for Dolphin Conservation
Kings of Chaos (Photo: The Fillmore Facebook), San Fransisco: Kings of Chaos performed at The Fillmore, San Francisco, Wednesday (07/29/2015) in a charity concert to help the dolphin conservation, The Dolphin Project.

Kings of Chaos is a super group that was founded in 2012 whose members consist of former members of legendary rock bands like Matt Sorum, Duff McKagan, Gilby Clarke and Slash (Guns N 'Roses); Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple), Sammy Haggar (Van Halen), Billy Duffy (The Cult), and Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge).

This is the second time Kings of Chaos held a concert to help The Dolphin Project, which was initiated by Richard O'Barry, in an effort to raise funds for a campaign aimed at ending the exploitation and slaughtery of dolphins worldwide.

Dolphin in captivity (Photo:

The first Kings of Chaos concert for The Dolphin Project took place at The Avalon, Hollywood, on November 18, 2013.

With Sammy Haggar, Myles Kennedy, and Glenn Hughes alternately take the lead on vocals, Kings of Chaos spoil the audience by performing classic rock songs from Deep Purple (Highway Star, Smoke on the Water, and Burn), The Cult (Fire Woman, Love Removal Machine), Sammy Haggar's Montrose (Rock Candy), Jimi Hendrix (Foxy Lady), Led Zeppelin (Immigrant Song, Communication Breakdown, Whole Lotta Love, and Rock and Roll), GNR (It's So Easy Mr. Brownstone , You Could Be Mine, Sweet Child O 'Mine and Paradise City), and a classic blues from Freddie King (Going Down).

Not only donated the concert ticket sales to The Dolphin Project, the members of Kings of Chaos even auctioning off some of their memorabilia to help funding the dolphin rescue campaign.

Metallica, though not participating in the concert, they contributed a handsigned guitar by the four member to be auctioned.

Kings of Chaos, The Fillmore, SF, 29 Juli 2015 (Photo: Daniella Clarke / Instagram)

About The Dolphin Project
Richard O 'Barry has pioneered the dolphin conservation efforts since 1970's Earth Day. The mission itself is quite ambitious, which is to permanently end the slaughter and exploitation of dolphins around the world. (Click here for more information about The Dolphin Project)

O'Barry's vigorous effort has been documented in several films, such as A Fall From Freedom and The Cove, which won an Oscar for the documentary film category.

Campaign for the protection of dolphins currently taking place in various locations around the world, including the Solomon Islands, Indonesia, Japan and Russia.

The Dolphin Project is working hard to rehabilitate dolphins which are kept for commercial purposes such as circus attractions. They also conduct investigation and advocacy to provide alternative economic solutions to dolphin slaughtery for consumption cases.