"Sons Of Anarchy" Cast & Boot Campaign Team Up For Boot Ride & Rally On August 28th | Rock News | Eddie Trunk
The Boot Campaign is inviting motorcycle aficionados throughout Southern California to pair some combat boots with their leathers and join the "Sons of Anarchy" cast for a scenic ride around the Hollywood Hills.
The Boot Ride, which supports U.S. veterans and directly benefits Activision Blizzards Call of Duty Endowment, will begin on Sunday, August 28th at the Happy Ending Bar & Restaurant.
After the winding 65 mile run, the riders will return to Happy Ending where they will be greeted by a red-carpet fundraising event and the chance to mingle with the cast. This Boot Rally portion will be open to the public for a $25.00 admission fee, and begin at 3pm. This party will also feature a live performance from country star Derek Sholl. The event will also include a meet and greet with Marcus Luttrell, veteran and author of "Lone Survivor," the book that inspired the Boot Campaign.
From EW.com, sorry it came via email alert, so no linky. C'mon, you can trust me at this point cantcha:66smile:
KATEY SAGAL: CLUB WILL BE SPLINTERED ON THIS SEASON OF ‘SONS OF ANARCHY’
You know one of the best things about Sons of Anarchy? It starts at least two weeks before every other fall TV show. And let me tell you, this is going to be an amazing first taste of what fall has to offer. It’s intense, it’s gory, and (if I may present an anecdote) it made Mandi Bierly and I squeal in shock and awe. But enough of my lauds, let’s get to the facts, presented to you courtesy of Katey Sagal, who I caught up with not long ago to chat about the season, which finds Gemma in “a pretty good place” when we come back. Oh, but it won’t last.
“She has a new grandchild, her guys are coming back, there’s been an influx of income — so [Clay and Gemma] are a little bit more stable financially. But very soon after, things start to unravel,” she teases. “There’s an internal combustion within the club. We learn a little more about the history of John Teller from the letters that have followed us from Ireland. Once again she is thrown into chaos.” The 90-minute premiere, airing Sept. 6, will explain it all, but Sagal says much of the chaos will stem from “Clay’s internal struggle.”
“There’s actually a little bit of a splintering,” she says. “When you’re in a motorcycle club, basically, if you can’t ride anymore, you can’t be the president of the club. And Clay’s arthritis is really, really bad. He’s seeing his days are numbered. These are people who live off the grid. They don’t have retirement funds. They live paycheck-to-paycheck, so to speak. He’s realizing he’s gong to have to come up with a bigger plan. This is their bread and butter, and pretty soon, he’s not going to be able to be involved in that.”
SOA then then Kings & Reign start up a month later and football is already going, kick ass.