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by: Matthew Wilkening
As Hurricane Sandy leaves a path of destruction across the East Coast of North America, classic rockers have taken to Twitter to share their support with those affected by the storm, and to urge their fans to remain safe as flooding and high winds continue to affect much of America and Canada.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler sent his thoughts and prayers to all his followers in harm’s way, as did Motley Crue members Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx. Sammy Hagar, whose Atlantic City Beach Bar and Grill sits directly in the storm’s path, reminds his fans that buildings can be repaired and urges them to focus on personal safety.
Below are a collection of Sandy-related classic rock tweets. We hope everyone made it through the storm as safely as possible and urge everyone to remain cautious as its effects continue to be revealed.
MY THOUGHTS & PRAYERS GO OUT TO THOSE ON THE EAST COAST…. STAY SAFE FROM SUPERSTORM SANDY…… WE’LL SEE U SOON….. NIGHT! XOX
— Steven Tyler (@IamStevenT) October 30, 2012
Hope everyone is doin ok inhurricane Sandy east coast! Damn!!! — TOMMY LEE (@MrTommyLand) October 30, 2012
Hope all east coast Redheads are safe&I’ll be supporting the area when Sandy is done. A.C. BeachBar&Grill can be rebuilt, but people can’t! — Sammy Hagar (@sammyhagar) October 30, 2012
Keeping everybody on the east coast in our thoughts and prayers. — Nikki Sixx (@NikkiSixx) October 29, 2012
Thinking of all of you who are in line of the hurricane/storm today and this evening. Our thoughts are w/ you and your families. #StaySafe
— STYXtheBand (@STYXtheBand) October 29, 2012
Good tidings to all on the East Coast. Take care up there. & be safe! iiii]: o
— Slash (@Slash) October 29, 2012
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