Great White’s performance at the Key Club in Los Angeles to benefit the band’s late guitarist Ty Longley also served as the forum to announce Great White’s upcoming benefit tour for the fire victims. Great White’s lawyer/spokesman Ed McPherson told RollingStone.com that he couldn’t confirm whether the tour would feature a replacement for Longley. “I don’t think it’s been discussed,” he said. But McPherson stated that it is being planned as a multi-band bill, most likely including Great White’s Eighties hair-metal peers Warrant and L.A. Guns, spanning over fifty-five dates, with all of Great White’s profits going to charity.