The Pro Player Foundation would like to thank everyone that came out to the Cricket Wireless Amphitheater for the 2011 91X Fest! We met so many great people at the event, fans of Quentin Jammer, our cause, football and rock music. The night was a complete success as we raised awareness for the Jammer Family Foundation.
The Jammers, Quentin and his wife Alicia formed The Jammer Family Foundation in June 2007 to provide encouragement and support for disadvantaged youth who have limited resources to develop their educational and professional goals.
The "Stellar" night was headlined by legendary SoCal band Incubus, who played several songs off their new album "If Not Now, When?" Fans and music lovers were treated to some of their most memorable hits including, Drive, Pardon Me, Wish you Were Here, Are You In? and Megalomaniac.
One of the other highlights from the evening was the rebirth or reincarnation of the legendary 90's band Bush. Led by singer Gavin Rossdale, the band invigorated the crowd with their hit songs Machinehead and Glycerine. They too were on the road pushing their latest album titled "The Sea of Memories". "I was very excited to see so many Chargers fans and supporters of my cause in the crowd," said Chargers Cornerback Quinten Jammer who introduced Bush.
Other bands who rocked the event were Face to Face, Iration, Middle Class Rut, Brother U.K., Little Hurricane and Graffiti6. What a great night for music, awareness, and fun. A huge thank you goes out to 91X, Live Nation, and all the great sponsors for their support.
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