The Recording Radio and Film Connection is pleased to announce our continued support of local and national charitable organization. In our ongoing effort, to better the communities that our programs are a part of, we are ecstatic to announce a partnership with legendary musician Scott Ian, of the band Anthrax. Scott Ian and The Recording Radio and Film Connection are both contributing aid to the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Scott Ian is most commonly known as the rhythm guitarist for the thrash metal band Anthrax. He has also hosted the VH1 television shows I love the…, Heavy: The Story of Metal, The Rock Show, and Supergroup. Scott Ian also performs in the bands Stormtroopers of Death, and The Damned Things.
The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is on the cutting edge of medical science. Utilizing a unique blend of traditional medicinal practices and highly advanced robotic surgeries. BIDMC is a singular voice in the medical industry. The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center constantly strives to attend to all its patients with compassion and highly effective medical care.
In addition to assisting patients in any and all medical needs, BIDMC continuously strives to maintain an active level of participancy in their local community. Active collaboration with local advocacy and outreach organizations is an essential attribute that proves the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s deep commitment to the betterment of its surrounding.
The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is dedicated to discarding the practice of administering a cure for a physical ailment, and instead treating the patient as a whole. A personal approach to medical care is something that everyone can agree is a positive improvement. BIDMC is proud to proclaim a tradition of excellence and service to patrons from all walks of life.
The Recording Radio and Film Connection and Scott Ian are both proud to support the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in their continuing fight to provide the highest level of quality medical services.