Go Over the Edge with David Cook!

As many of you know, I have decided to go Over the Edge for Brain Cancer. On Saturday, November 2nd I will be rappelling down the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego - the tallest building on the San Diego waterfront - to raise awareness and funds to support San Diego-based brain cancer research. For more event details and spectator information please visit: www.otesandiego.org. There are many ways for you to support me in this exciting adventure!

Every donation makes a difference - whether it's $5, $10, $20 or $365 in honor of the rappel height. The process is fast, easy, and secure and you will be supporting a great cause! And remember, if you think you have what it takes register as a member of the team and take on the rappel! I will be there to congratulate you at the bottom with a special meet and greet and photo op!

If you can't make a donation at this point, please help me reach my goal by sharing this page on Facebook and Twitter! Or, even better, send an e-mail to friends you think might be interested in contributing and include a link to my page! Thanks so much for your generosity and wish me luck as I go Over the Edge for Brain Cancer!

- David

And don't forget to buy tickets to see David perform at The Griffin in San Diego that Saturday night, November 2nd!

Comments (13)

David I would love to go Over The Edge with you, I am So Damn proud to call myself a fan of yours, You have a Beautiful heart I confess I fall in love with guys that have a heart like yours


Charity concerts, marathons, races, now rappelling the tallest building in San Diego all for a great cause!! you are more than awesome, you are just one of a kind, David Cook. Please, never ever change your good ways!!
God bless you and your golden heart.
I will be watching and supporting your cause from afar. =)

Sorry David, I just won't "Go over the edge". Not even for you. Too scary for this old gal! I'll say you've got brass ones. Happy to send a donation and hope there is a video.
BTW, Thanks for ALL you do for ABC2, especially the Race for Hope in DC.. See you in Baltimore. ....and, oh yea, I'll bring the wine.
aka: C4cjoanie, brain tumor survivor, and Dave's personal sommelier.


You never cease to amaze me. I wish you all the best when you go "over the edge" in San Diego and I am so proud of all the time and energy that you devote to brain cancer awareness. I will be with you in spirit every step of the way.


Holy crap, be careful David!! Hopefully we will see you in NE after this. Best of luck, you are truly one of a kind.

When this news broke on Twitter last night and I first saw the fund-raising page at the link, a little after 9PM Eastern Time - there was a total of $70. Now, a little over 24 hours later - the total is $2567 and David's team has moved into 2nd place.

I didn't even believe it when I first saw it, I knew DC did not like heights... couldn't quite believe he would do this in spite of it. But once I saw Fool's April had tweeted it, it had to be true. It's crazy BadA$$, to feel that way about heights, and still go over that edge, 365 ft up in the air, and rappel down the sheer wall. The contributions have to make it worth while, I think.


"Expect the Unexpected." tm WTF!Cook

Good luck to you David!! Smiling

Sothia Chhoeum

Aw man, this sounds like so much fun! Want to do it so bad. Can not do it. Have to have effing knee surgery (tennis injury) between Pensacola and NYC shows!

Once upon a time I was a rock climber and this is beyond brave of David to do!!! I would LOVE to see him doing this wonderful thing for brain cancer in person and will hope for video!!! Call me a proud fan!

"The greater the artist, the greater the doubt. Perfect confidence is given to the less talented as a consolation prize." ~ Robert Hughes.

Always right here with you, Dave. You go. Go.

But not too fast, ok? Controlled gooooooooooooooooooooooo


If I can be pure enough, if I can be selfless enough, and if I can be generous and loving and caring enough to abandon what I have and my own preconceived, silly notions of what I think I am ... then the music can really use me. -- John McLaughlin

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