Rockers Blink-182 have pledged a $100,000 (£67,000) donation to the burn centres that treated drummer Travis Barker after he nearly died in a harrowing plane crash last year (08).
Barker is the only remaining survivor from the accident, which occurred when a Learjet flying from South Carolina to Los Angeles failed to clear a runway and burst into flames.
His pal Adam 'DJ AM' Goldstein also survived the tragedy but died of a suspected drug overdose last month (Aug09).
Two pilots and two other passengers were killed in the accident, which left both Goldstein and Barker with second and third-degree burns.
Now Barker is thanking the medical specialists that treated him at the Joseph M. Still Burn Center in Georgia and the Grossman Burn Center in California by donating proceeds from Blink-182's show in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday (19Sep09).
A statement from the band says the donation is "being made in recognition of their tremendous care and aid of Travis Barker through his recovery from the 2008 plane crash".