Alice Cooper, members of Kiss and a host of other special guests recently performed at Dollar Loan Center CEO Chuck Brennan’s annual holiday company party in Las Vegas.

Brennan -- a longtime music fan and former music industry executive -- invited many of his famous friends to raise money for charity and give his 500 employees and guests a night to remember. He wanted them to feel like rock stars, and by the looks of things -- mission accomplished.

The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger opened the night, later joined by actor Val Kilmer (who portrayed Jim Morrison on the big screen in 1991) for a rendition of ‘Roadhouse Blues.’

The music continued with performances from Alice Cooper, Jack Blades of Night Ranger and Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac performing, plus Kiss members Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer (Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley weren't on stage but cheered from the audience) -- adding up to a star-studded night.

Nearly $300,000 was raised at the incredible event in a matter of minutes, something Brennan called "very humbling.” Over $200,000 of the donations will go directly to Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Foundation, which has programs and resources to help at-risk teens.

The night held many other surprises, including large cash donations to St. Jude’s Children Hospital and other non-profit organizations, and Kiss joining forces with Brennan to give a few employees some bonuses worth bragging about: four brand-new Kiss Mini Coopers.

Last year, the Dollar Loan Center donated over half a million dollars to charitable organizations across the country -- and clearly, this business is not only giving back, it’s rockin’ out along the way.

Watch Highlights of Alice Cooper and Kiss at the 2012 DLC Holiday Party: