Dick Wagner, former lead guitarist for Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, and Kiss, will play live with the KISS Tribute Band and hold a book signing for his newly released book on Saturday July 6th starting at 12 p.m. The Hydrocephalus Association, the largest organization dedicated to supporting individuals living with hydrocephalus, is proud to support Mr. Wagner, who was diagnosed with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.
Bethesda, MD | July 04, 2013
Former lead guitarist for Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, and Kiss, Dick Wagner has found a new lease on life after being diagnosed and treated for Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH), an incurable brain condition whose only treatment option is brain surgery. Mr. Wagner’s triumph over NPH is an integral part of his story. Approximately 375,000 adults are living with NPH in the United States, a condition that has come to be referred to as “the curable” dementia, as it is often misdiagnosed for Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. After brain surgery and a shunt implantation, he is back on the musical circuit inspiring his wide fan base.
The book signing and live performance will take place on July 6, 2013, at Kitchener’s Civic Square located at 200 King Street West, Kitchener, ON. His book signings are both compelling and emotional as he weaves his musical performance with his story telling. He will be promoting his newly released book, “NOT ONLY WOMEN BLEED, Vignettes from the Heart of a Rock Musician.”
Mr. Wagner is available to press for interviews before and/or after the event. To schedule an interview, please contact Susan Michelson 602-920-8115.
About the Hydrocephalus Association
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) is a charitable organization dedicated to eliminating the challenges of hydrocephalus by stimulating research and supporting people who are affected by this condition. Incorporated in 1986 as a San Francisco-based non-profit, HA is now the nation’s largest and most widely respected organization dedicated solely to serving those affected by hydrocephalus. HA has been instrumental in creating a community of individuals, families and health care professionals addressing the complexities of hydrocephalus in all age groups.