Rockability Charity Concert Series

About the Event

Working with many disabled clients has greatly impacted our culture of giving back.

We have met many families facing disabilities or physical challenges, struggling to find the right supportive services or make ends meet so they could access the necessary medical care, equipment, or facilitate accessible housing options. 

Determined to help these families and change up the typical “rubber chicken dinner” fundraiser, we set out to create an event that was compelling and incredibly entertaining and so the Digital Lifestyles Rockability Charity Concert Series was born! 

Now in its 7th year, our world class, intimate concert experience has so far proudly raised over $260,000 (net) for local charities that help those most vulnerable.


Digital Lifestyle’s latest Rockability Charity Concert was held on February 17th, 2018 at the Deerfoot Inn and Casino Chrome Showroom and featured Phil X and the Drills. 

Thank-you to everyone who attended and helped us raise almost $13,000 to support two incredible local charities – Easter Seals of Alberta and Accessible Housing.

About the Headliners


One of the most recorded guitar players in the last decade, Los Angeles based session ace Phil X is considered the “best of the best” in the industry. Born and raised in Canada, Phil X boasts an impressive session resume and is the featured guitar sound behind artists such as Kelly Clarkson, Daughtry, Adam Lambert, Tommy Lee, Avril Lavigne, and Alice Cooper. Most notably he is recognized as an official member of Bon Jovi, regularly touring with the band and the guitarist on Bon Jovi’s 13th studio album, This House is Not For Sale. Phil X knows how to command an audience with his energetic presence and rips up the stage with his rousing guitar licks and rock god vocals creating a concert experience not to be missed! Germany based Framus Warwick Guitars has created several Phil X signature model guitars along with Freidman Amplification, a high end guitar amplifier company creating a signature “Phil X” model amplifier. Phil X can also be seen in the feature film “Hired Gun” on Netflix and in the soon to be released documentary “Give the Drummer Some”, a companion release to the new Drills album “Stupid Good Looking” due out this year.


Brent Fitz is a Canadian American musician and multi-instrumentalist. In his career, he has worked with Slash, Myles Kennedy, Theory of a Deadman, Alice Cooper, Vince Neil, Union, Gene Simmons, The Guess Who, Brad Whitford from Aerosmith, Derek St. Holmes, Ronnie Montrose, Indigenous, Lamya, Streetheart, Harlequin, and Econoline Crush. Brent is endorsed by DW Drums, Vater Percussion, Sabian Cymbals and Remo Percussion.


Canadian born and Los Angeles based musician Daniel Spree is an active in demand studio bass player as well as performs with the band Elvis Monroe, among others. An accomplished singer songwriter, Daniel has toured the world playing music. His bass magic is featured on all of the Drills previous releases.