Band of Horses, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and more, Pablove Benefit Show @ the Avalon

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Band of Horses, stay left.

The Pablove Foundation held one of many benefits on Saturday night at the Avalon in Hollywood. The benefit featured Band of Horses; Rooney; Garbage lead singer Shirley Manson; Butch Walker; Tom Morello; Black Rebel Motorcycle Club; Sea Wolf; Jarrod Gorbel of the Honorary Title and Tom Gabel of Against Me!. Created by Dangerbird Records' co-founder Jeff Castlelaz, the Pablove Foundation helps the fight against children's cancer nationally and locally at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Pablo, the son of Jeff and Jo Ann Castelaz, was diagnosed with the rare Wilm's Tumor and unfortantely lost the fight this past summer. After Pablo's death, Jeff traveled from Florida back to California on a road bike on Pablove Across America and met and was joined by many parents, riders, all in the name of fighting the good fight against pediatric cancer. To donate or to learn more of the Pablove Foundation, please visit Photos and words by Chris Victorio.