Band plays for helluva cause

Band plays for helluva cause

Ordacia’s dad Steve Glindemann said his daughter has to fight hard every day to read and write.

‘She has extreme food sensitivities, which prevent her from ordering her lunch at school,’ he said.

‘These daily tasks are a consent reminder to her that she is different from her peers, which is beginning to upset her now that she is becoming more socially aware.’

Treatment for the problems associated with severe autism, including movement, cognitive ability and digestive problems, is only available in the US and Poland.

Ordacia has been accepted into a nine-day program in Poland this month (April) where she will receive 54 hours of intensive one-on-one reflex integration with a specialist.

Money raised from the show will help with the costs of the treatment and overseas travel.

On the fundraising night, Hells Bells new lead guitarist Graham Greene, who has replaced retried guitarist Todd Brindley, will perform.

Greene, from Kelmscott, is from the cult melodic rock band of the late 1980s and early 1990s, Ice Tiger.

He is described as a master performer and craftsman and has received accolades from Australian Guitar Magazine, who have stated him to be Australia’s answer to Steve Vai and Joe Satriani.

Supporting Hells Bells on the night will be Dirtwater Bloom, described as a ‘rock ‘n blues, train-wreck disaster’ coming at you at a 100mph.

Earlier in the evening, multi-instrumentalist Jack Ceriani, better known as Lightning Jack, will entertain he early comers.

Primed with his steel resonator guitar and lap steel, Jack combines finger picking, slide and foot percussion to deliver a rhythmic percussive sound.

There will also be raffles and auctions on the night including a tattoo voucher from HT Tattoo studio.

Tickets are just $15 pre-sale or $20 at the door.

Part proceeds go to Ordacia.

If you would like to donate go to Ordacia visit her fundraising page: fundrazr. com/campaigns/5dbm9?psid=dae456fb69a84c779a24965d8caa9a56.