September 16, 2005 12:30am
Sex Z Leads Helpful Industry With AIM Donation
Source: All Media Play
by: Company Press Release
(HOLLYWOOD, CA) -- A number of leading adult industry companies decided to put their money where there porn is and donated enough cash to immediately place two patients into the AIM Healthcare Outpatient Detox Bed Program.
Sex Z Pictures joined forces with Red Light District, Zero Tolerance, Suze.net, Anabolic, 3rd Degree, Kurt Lockwood and Samantha Ryan as they stood united behind a powerful musical performance by the band not the Ramones during a movie taping for Sex Z Pictures.
Not the Ramones, headed by Tim Connelly on drums and Kurt Lockwood on guitar/vocals played a rockin' set of originals and legendary Ramones cover songs during a performance at King King in Hollywood with proceeds going to AIM.
"It was great getting up there and playing music while covered with sweat", stated an enthused Kurt Lockwood as he toweled off following the 90 minute concert that was over run by porn starlets who sang and shook their booties to the hard driving music.
Even AIM's director Dr. Sharon Mitchell joined the group onstage during a particularly fun part of the show. "We really appreciate this donation to our Outpatient Detox Bed Program because there are people who really need this help and it's wonderful to see these great companies reach out and help those in need", stated Dr. Sharon Mitchell.
The concert was part of the directorial debut of Kurt Lockwood who was shooting his alternative sex and rock 'n roll epic for Sex Z Pictures tentatively titled 'Part 69: The Porno Years'.
Sex Z Pictures engaging owner Bo Kenney stated, "Anything that we can do to help is fine with me. We're more than happy to donate to AIM".
Officials of Red Light District, Zero Tolerance, Suze.net, Anabolic, and 3rd Degree echoed that sentiment.
Pictured presenting the check to AIM from left to right are Eve Mayfair, Kurt Lockwood, Samantha Ryan, Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Montana Rae.
The check was presented inside of AIM's medical offices on Van Nuys Boulevard last week.