Brad Marr, front man of the Australian band MASSIVE pulled off not one good deed, but two at the Stonedead Festival in the UK recently. 

Brad Marr and his band mates in Massive, met the family of a young UK girl with stage 4 Neuroblastoma on the band’s recent UK tour. The band collected funds during their headline shows and it all climaxed at Stonedead festival where Marr brought the family on stage mid set to gift his beloved White Gibson SG off his back in order to raise more funds.

Not only did he donate his White GIBSON SG for charity, he managed to get every single artist at Stonedead to sign the guitar, but then created a raffle for the guitar and added some unique, money can’t buy items including the stage banner from the 2022 festival.

The guitar is being raffled to raise money for Kayla, a little girl in the UK with stage 4 Neuroblastoma. The funds are to get Kayla to New York for a potentially life saving medical treatment.

UK heavyweight rock acts Massive Wagons and Those Damn Crows stepped up to the plate. Baz Mills of Massive Wagons donated the suit he wore at Stonedead 2021 while Those Damn Crows donated the signed Drum Skin and set list from Stonedead 2022.

The raffle is live now from Stonedead Festivals website. 100% of the tickets sold goes directly to Kayla’s fund.

You can support the raffle by buying a ticket here: