Maynard James Keenan Offers Tool and A Perfect Circle Plaques for Oklahoma Relief Effort
There was quite a bit of destruction in the aftermath of the recent Oklahoma tornados and one of the artists that's doing his part to help in the recovery is Tool and A Perfect Circle frontman Maynard James Keenan. The musician has donated a pair of platinum plaques signifying sales marks set by both of his bands.
KATT-FM host Tony Z tells FourthEye.net that the plaques have been donated to raise funds to support the Oklahoma Animal Resource Center, which was damaged during the recent tornados. The plaques are for Tool's 'Undertow' and A Perfect Circle's 'Mer De Noms,' and the photo above with Keenan is meant to show that the certification plaques are authentic.
The auction site, over at Beleaver.com, states, "Our first 2 items for auction are the personal RIAA sales plaques that once belonged to Maynard James Keenan of Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer. After the May tornados destroyed countelss homes and lives across Oklahoma, Maynard through his trainer gave us his plaques for the specific purpose of helping in relief efforts."
The auction is only for U.S. residents and bids can be made here.