GUNS N' ROSES Guitarist, Ex-ANTHRAX Singer To Attend BRIMSTONE's Roast And Birthday Bash

GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and former ANTHRAX vocalist Dan Nelson are among the "celebrities" who will take part in the "official roast and 35th birthday bash of professional wrestler, actor, author, comic book hero and philanthropist" William "Brimstone" Kucmierowski.

The stars will be out in droves for this highly anticipated event that will essentially bring forth the rite of passage to a man who is well-respected and loved across the entertainment spectrum.

On Saturday August 22, 2009 at Bar Social in Uniondale, New York, Brimstone will celebrate his 35th birthday with his celebrity friends and family by subjecting himself to humility... a roast! In a carnival themed setting boasting fire eaters, sword swallowers and contortionists, the man of the hour will be ripped to shreds by some of the people who he calls his "closest friends." The "roast-master" of the evening will be Brimstone's longtime friend Jose "Dawg" Castillo.

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