Local musicians band together in a tribute to the King of Rock And Roll to raise money and food donations.
(East Northport, N.Y.) The 13th Annual Elvis Show, a charity tribute concert, will take place on Saturday, January 12th at Matty Ts, in Deer Park. The show features over 25 singers and includes members of Long Island’s most popular bands. Admission is $5 along with a canned food donation. All proceeds will be donated to Rock CAN Roll, a local organization dedicating to eliminating hunger on Long Island.
Scheduled to appear are members of The Lone Sharks, The Buzzards, Rhythm Bound, The Blaggards, The Bossa Nova Beatniks, The Purple Gang, The Mary Lamont Band and The LI Hornets, with performances by Tom Gould, Steven Prisco, Bill Manning, Tom Pfiefer, Memphis Mike Lafata, Mary Lamont. Sean O’Neill, Stephan Molfetta, Rick Tandler, Gene Casey, Chris James, Annie Mark, Denise Corazon, Roy Wilson, Joe Rock, Rich Hopkins, Jeff McClary, Keith Hille, John Geffner and many others.
“This show represents the music scene on Long Island at it’s best” says the show’s host Steven Prisco. “Making great music together while lending a hand to those in need, it doesn’t get any better than that.”
The performance begins at 9PM. Matty Ts is located at 355 Commack Road in Deer Park. Their number is (631) 667-6868.
About Rock CAN Roll:
Rock CAN Roll, Inc. is a volunteer, non profit hunger relief organization and think tank. Their mission is to be a source that continually restocks the shelves of local emergency food agencies that provide food and basic necessities to people in need. They collaborate with rock concerts, schools, corporations, and private individuals to collect canned and non-perishable food (and basic provisions) for distribution to local agencies and into the hands of children, seniors and families who live with hunger and in poverty. www.rockcanroll.org
On the web: http://www.myspace.com/TheElvisShow