David was in Australia for the Rock for Doc concert. Check out photos here.Doc Neeson, the veteran frontman of one of the central bands of the classic pub rock era, the Angels, is suffering from a brain tumour. That is why the room was crammed with more than 2000 people and the stage packed with many of those who defined pub rock.Rock for DocÂ at the Enmore Theatre on Monday night brought together members of Midnight Oil (yes, including one federal minister happy not to be talking about school funding for a few hours), Rose Tattoo, Noiseworks, Cold Chisel, Dragon, Mi-Sex and plenty of others for the kind of fund-raising concert money really couldn't buy.Organiser Cat Swinton said money raised would be used to keep Neeson fed and housed and to pay his medical bills while he is off the road and receiving treatment. When he goes back on the road - the talk is always when, not if - remaining money will be put into a trust for people with a similar condition.''I have had so much support,'' Neeson said. ''I've shed a tear or two in gratitude.''He said he wanted the night to not just be about him but a celebration of Australian music.''This is what was going on night after night in Sydney [35 years ago] and this is what Australia still has to offer,'' he said.The Angels with David Hasselhoff - "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again (live)" from Steve Mascord on Vimeo.