This Wild Life Hosts National Breast Cancer Foundation Charity Event

This Wild Life will host a charity event "No More Bad Days: An Evening with This Wild Life to Battle Breast Cancer" in Anaheim at Chain Reaction. All profits from ticket and merchandise sales at the show will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. To coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month,Epitaph will donate 10% of This Wild Life record sales during October toNBCF.
 
The Long Beach acoustic duo is Kevin Jordan and Anthony Del Grosso. Their hard work, consistent touring, and beloved debut album Cloudedhas established the band as an unstoppable force the pop-punk scene. One of This Wild Life's most popular song, "No More Bad Days" was written by Jordan as a reaction to his mother's own struggle with cancer.
 
In a personal statement from Kevin Jordan, he explains the significance of the event:

"I grew up with a single mother that showed me the true meaning of hard work, unconditional love, and perseverance. No one is stronger than my Mom. Really, she was and still is a superhero in my eyes. As a teenager, I watched her go through nearly a year of chemotherapy without missing a single day of work. Seeing her struggle with aches and pains, hair falling out, and the financial and emotional weight that was burdened on her was a difficult time for our family. At the time I think I was so naive, I didn't realize the hardship she was really going through. I just knew shewas the toughest woman I had ever known. Seeing the drugs beat her down was sobering in a way. It humanized my hero. It was and still isscary to me how fragile people we love can truly be. 

I wrote the song "No More Bad Days" for my Mom years after the fact. After I had some time to reflect on what she was really going through, and I wanted to show her support. I wanted to lift her spirits up. 

This song has connected me with so many people around the world, people going through personal hardships, people with family members struggling with health. Although I wrote this song with the sole intention of encouraging my Mother, it has become so much more than I ever anticipated. I've never been more proud to stand behind something that came from the heart, and worked its way into the hearts of others. Hearing your stories is difficult for me at times, because I don't know how to help or share what helped my family. 

Our band has been very fortunate in being supported by our friends, fans, and family for years now. We feel it's our responsibility to give back, and work towards something bigger than our own personal dreams.Supporting women in health and financial struggles is something very close to home for me. Pushing this song to women and their families who are in pain is a start, but we want to show how powerful support through music can truly be

Our goal is to raise $10,000 to donate to National Breast Cancer Foundation. One mammogram costs $100, and early detection saves lives. If we can raise the money to have 100 women checked we have the power to keep mothers, daughters, friends, coworkers, and loved ones around for years to come. It's incredible what we can accomplish if we put our minds and our hearts together."

 
Kevin Jordan
 
Tickets for the event are $20 and go on sale today, August 17 at 10:00am PT at bit.ly/nbcfbenefitshow. The price of admission will include a performance by This Wild Life and an exclusive "No More Bad Days" t-shirt.