Maynard James Keenan Donates Platinum Tool and A Perfect Circle Plaques for Tornado Relief
In response to the tornadoes that recently hit Oklahoma, Tool / A Perfect Circle / Puscifer singer Maynard James Keenan has reached out to help the state's Animal Resource Center. The center was damaged by the tornadoes, so to raise money for the Animal Resource Center's recovery, Keenan is auctioning off the platinum plaques he received for Tool's 'Undertow' and A Perfect Circle's 'Mer de Noms.'
Although the center has been damaged, its dedicated workers have taken in many pets displaced by the recent flurry of tornadoes. The good people at the ARC have also been providing dog and cat food, crates, toys, bedding and other items to families affected by the recent disaster.
Keenan's donated records, which have been signed by the vocalist, are being auctioned off at Beleaver.com. A description on the site reads:
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 tornado’s destroyed countless homes and lives across Oklahoma, Maynard thru his trainer gave us his plaques for the specific purpose of helping in relief efforts. The following pictures below serve as genuine authentication that the actual auction items once belonging to Maynard James Keenan.