MYSPACE RECORDS’ CALL THE COPS TO OPEN FOR SUGARCULT AT THE SEVENTH ANNUAL TOYS FOR TOTS HOLIDAY SHOW DECEMBER 17 AT ANAHEIM HOUSE OF BLUES
TOYS FOR TOTS BENEFIT TICKETS ON SALE NOW
November 10, 2009—Call The Cops, winner of the “Rock the Space” contest awarding a record contract with MySpace Records, will open for Sugarcult at the band’s seventh annual Toys for Tots benefit concert December 17 at the Anaheim House of Blues.
The Long Beach, CA electro-rock outfit round out a supporting bill that also includes Hollywood glam rockers Primadonna (fresh off a tour with Green Day), and OC indie buzz band Venus Infers.
According to Sugarcult guitarist Marko DeSantis: “We’ve always carefully selected each opening band so they represent upcoming bands we personally love. Primadonna, Call The Cops, and Venus Infers will be making headlines in 2010, so make sure to show up early and check ’em all out!”
Tickets for the Toys for Tots benefit are on sale now.
Call The Cops, winner’s of Myspace’s “Rock the Space” competition, beating out 18,000 other unsigned acts, won a recording contract with MySpace Records back in September.
Hailing from Long Beach, California, Call The Cops officially came together in December 2008 and has already released a six-song EP titled
Motion Sickness, which has earned the band a loyal and passionate fan base, millions of MySpace plays, and more than 72,000 friends. Visit Call The Cops at
Concert-goers attending the Toys for Tots show are encouraged to bring an unwrapped gift to be given to children in need for the holidays.