Our wonderfully kind and talented friend, keyboardist, Gary Corbett needs your help and support.

Click Here To Donate To Help Gary Corbett

He’s been struggling with health issues, and now we’ve heard that Gary has a very aggressive form of cancer- lung cancer that has metastasized to his brain & hip. ( The good news is IT IS TREATABLE)

As you know, most musicians don’t have health insurance, or when they do, it’s not that great. Due to the costs of treatment, Gary is on the verge of losing his home, and the medical bills are piling up alongside all the other bills.

He has completed a series of radiation therapy, is undergoing an aggressive series of chemo and immunotherapy, and is slated to start cognitive and occupational therapy soon.

Gary and his wife Lenora are desperate. They cannot afford to pay for his treatment and stopping it is not an option.

This is where your help comes in: This money will help pay his outrageous medical costs and keep his bills and mortgage paid while he’s coping with his illness and the long road to recovery.

If you cannot donate, please share this page to your social media pages and with your friends so that we can get the word around and make sure Gary is taken care of.

If you know Gary, he’s as nice as they come. He’s an extraordinary talent and has touched the lives of many people through his generosity and kindness.

Here’s a little about Gary you may not know:

Gary Corbett is best known for his work as the keyboardist for rock superstars KISS, and Cinderella.

He co-wrote the iconic #1 hit She Bop for Cyndi Lauper.

He has also played with Lou Gramm of Foreigner, Molly Hatchett, and Ronnie Wood.

He has conducted a live orchestra with pop idol Debbie Gibson, played piano with Whitney Houston, Lou Reed, and Taylor Dayne, played keyboards and produced reggae legends Damian and Stephen Marley, and has been seen most recently performing with Ted Nugent’s original vocalist Derek St. Holmes.

He is an award-winning, multi-platinum songwriter, keyboardist, performer & producer.

His Emmy comes from a documentary he did pro bono work about and called Hunger In America.

He has done USO tours- even getting to fly in a fighter jet in South Korea, made wishes come true with the Make a Wish Foundation, and played at countless fundraisers. Gary never says no to anyone in need.

Now it’s time to turn the generosity back to help our friend who is struggling to stay above water.

Whether it’s $1.00 or $1000, every little bit will go directly to Gary’s family to help cover the mounting bills and medical costs.

Thank you in advance for your generosity and please make sure to share this- Gary has helped so many, many will want to help him.