The Recording Connection Partners with Scott Ian of Anthrax
In our continued commitment to support local and national charitable organizations and support our local communities, the Recording Radio and Film Connection is pleased to partner with legendary musician Scott Ian (of the band Anthrax) in contributing aid to the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Most commonly recognized as the rhythm guitarist for thrash metal band Anthrax, Scott Ian also performs with Stormtroopers of Death and The Damned Things. In addition, he is regularly tapped as a television host for VH1 shows such as I love the…, Heavy: The Story of Metal, The Rock Show, and Supergroup.
A facility on the cutting edge of medicine, the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center offers a unique blend of traditional medical practices with highly advanced robotic surgeries. A standout leader in the field of medicine and research, BIDMC constantly strives to provide all of its patients highly effective and compassionate medical care. In addition, BIDMC maintains an ongoing commitment to participate in the local community, actively collaborating with outreach and advocacy programs. Unlike many other medical facilities, the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center eschews the practice of administering a cure for a physical ailment, choosing instead to treat the patient as a whole.
The Recording Radio and Film Connection is proud to partner with Scott Ian in supporting the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in their continuing quest to provide the highest level of quality medical services to people from all walks of life.