Corey Taylor Started A Non-Profit To Aid Military and First Responders With PTSD
Slipknot and Stone Sour singer Corey Taylor announced that he has launched The Taylor Foundation, a non-profit organization aimed at providing assistance and essential resources for military and first responders living with post-traumatic stress disorder.
To support the newly formed Taylor Foundation, you can Donate to Win a trip with me to London including 2 VIP passes to the Palladium, round trip flights + 3 night hotel stay for two and more!
— PANDEMIC! AT THE DISCO (@CoreyTaylorRock) May 13, 2022
Taylor partnered with Fandiem and BandsInTown to give you a chance to win a trip to London, England, see his show at the Palladium on October 17 (with two VIP passes), round-trip flights and a three-night hotel stay for two!
Taylor’s new solo album “CMFB…Sides” came out this past February and has nine previously unreleased B-sides, cover songs, acoustic renditions, and live versions. The album entered Billboard’s Current Hard Rock Albums chart at #1, # 2 on Current Rock Albums, #6 on Vinyl Albums, and #9 on the Top Albums charts.
You may remember that last year Taylor made history by reaching #1 at Active Rock Radio with “Black Eyes Blue”, making him the first artist in the history of the format to get to #1 with three different projects; his solo band, Slipknot and Stone Sour.
Pretty cool to see Corey using his notoriety to shine a light on PTSD. If you enter the contest and win, you’ve gotta take me, ok?