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Keith Kozel needs a kidney. Two nurses from Florida didn’t know that last weekend when they saw a sign in a window advertising that “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure” was playing at the Lucas Theatre.
They liked the 1985 Tim Burton film. They figured they’d spend a night at the movies. Two couples. Husbands and wives. A double date.
Then they noticed the movie was also a benefit. They did not know Keith Kozel, but they know about people in need. The couples made their donations and grabbed orchestra seats. They sat among Kozel’s friends, adults, children, musicians, artists, movie lovers.
They said they’d eaten pizza at Vinnie Van Go Go’s and is that right, Kozel was the kitchen manager there for 23 years and Vinnie’s was matching the first $3,000 donated? Glad we can help. Continue reading “Paprika Southern: Keith Needs A Kidney”
by Jim Morekis
Pee-wee Herman benefit screening at Lucas goes to help the ailing local music legend.
KEITH KOZEL is best-known to his many fans around town as kinetic frontman of the epic glam-psycho-metal outfit GAM and member of sludge/stoner guitar army Superhorse.
But to his friends and family, he’s known simply as one of the most genuine and creative people they’ve ever known.
Kozel has given his all to Savannah’s arts and music community, and now he needs our help. He is diagnosed with a rare kidney disorder which will prove an incredibly daunting financial challenge. Continue reading “Connect: 5 Questions for Keith Kozel”