Bionic Buzz® got to cover Strange 80’s 2nd annual benefit concert at the Fonda Theater in Hollywood, CA. The event help raise money and awareness for Charity Bomb. In partnership with Studio71, Strange 80s 2 featured performances by a rotating cast of rock stars & celebrities covering the timeless anthems of the 80s! Many appearances from: Marc Maron and Dean Delray, along with members of No Doubt, Slipknot, Sum41, Weezer, Nerf Herder, Bowling For Soup, *NSYNC, Eagles of Death Metal, OK Go, Sugarcult, Rob Zombie, The Offspring, The Regrettes and more. The headliner was a special epic performance from the one and only David Hasselhoff.

Charity Bomb’s mission is to be a force multiplier for other charities and/or organizations that focus on fundraising for musicians and artists in need. They take action by producing live entertainment events on their behalf, primarily in support of mental health, addiction and others issues that are prevalent in the artist community.

Upstairs at the venue featured favorite 80s video arcade game. The games were free to play and featured everything from Pac Man, Ms Pac Man, Dig Dug, Bowling, Centipede and more.  Strange 80s 2 could not of made possible without their sponsors: Plex, Spirit Airlines, Shure, and Threadless. Check out our photos (by @MattInRealLife ) and red carpet interviews below by @SteveSievers

Our interview with Matthew Leone from Madina Lake & founder of Charity Bomb.

Our interview with OK GO drummer Dan Konopka.

Our interview with Chris Kirkpatrick from *NSYNC.

Our interview with Adrian Young w/ son Mason who is the drummer of No Doubt & DREAMCAR.

Our interview with Jesse Hughes & Jennie Vee from Eagles of Death Metal.

Our interview with the band Bleach!

Our interview with the band The Regrettes.

Our interview with singer & actress Chelsea Talmadge from Stranger Things and upcoming film Chasing Lacey.

Our interview with the band Melatonin Girls.