KLOS, 95.5 FM radio is not only cool, but they rock! Last month (March 20, 2004) the number 1 classic rock station hosted the 4th annual Mark and Brian celebrity golf tournament. Mark and Brian are the station’s weekday morning hosts and their event raised money for the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Aids Foundation and the Stone Soup charity.

The annual event gives the general public a chance to play golf with their favorite celebrities. If you are not a golfer or would just like to relax on the beautiful grounds of the Pacific Palms Resort you are more than welcome to attend as a spectator, and many did just that.

Kevin Costner Tee’s off.

Rock stars to movies stars participated in this year’s event and made the day not only enjoyable for the fans, but also profitable for the charities they were golfing to support. Each celebrity was paired up with 3 to 4 other players. And at almost every hole there were fans waiting to see their favorite celeb play and to get their shirts, CD’s or DVD’s signed.

Kevin Costner, Martin Sheen, Adrian Young, David Anders, Jonny Lang, George Lopez, Ryan Styles, Cheech Marin and Rodney Browning Cravens are just a few of the celebrities in attendance. (For a complete list of celebrity participants and complete details of the event and future events, visit KLOS).

Funny man Ryan
Stiles gets ready
to tee off.

The whole day was about how we can all do a little bit to make the community better. The admission was free for all, but everyone was asked to bring bottles and cans for recycling. And whats really cool is that although it was predominately men who participated in the event, much of the funding will be helping and supporting women.

Sure it was a day of sun, fun and lots of food, but it is always greatly appreciated when anyone takes time out of their schedule to take part in helping others. Thanks to all the celebs, the volunteers and to the KLOS team.

They say KLOS rocks southern California, but southern California thinks KLOS just rocks!

Dishwalla’s Rodney Browning Cravens
hit’s a long one.


No Doubt’s Adrian Young heads out to the next hole.
  Martin Sheen and Denise Westwood (DJ) are the first to speak to the fans at home.
Alias’s bad boy David Anders is not too bad at all.



© Melt Magazine 2003