Rockin’ for Relief Concert to Benefit Persons Displaced by Katrina Oct. 2, 2005

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Musical Legends both Past and Present Joining Together for a Common Cause Â?The Event Not to MissÂ?! Portion of Proceeds go to American Red Cross John Ford Coley, Terry Sylvester, Tim Rushlow, and New JerseyÂ?s Own Â?BangersÂ? Band (Opening Act).

Rockin` for Relief Concert to be held on Sunday -October 2nd, 2005 at the Patriots Theater War Memorial to benefit persons displaced by Hurricane Katrina! Historic Event - never before have these acts performed on one stage at the same time!

John Ford Coley (formerly of England Dan and John Ford Coley), "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight", "Part of Me, Part of You", "Sad To Belong", "Westward Wind", and "Nights are Forever"), Terry Sylvester (Formerly of the Hollies) “He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother” , “Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress”, and more), and Tim Rushlow (formerly of Little Texas), “Some Guys Have All The Love”, “First Time For Everything” first Artist signed to Toby Keiths New Record Label, come together to help victims of Katrina in a benefit concert – introducing New Jersey’s Own Bangers All American Rock and Roll Band as opening act.

Ticket prices include: Donation to Red Cross – A Chance to win a Brand New Harley Davidson Motorcycle, Chance to win Brand New His/Her Bicycles, as well as a free One Year Membership to Star Spangled American Society, and a free Newly Released CD “Star Spangled Americans – Love America™” by the “Bangers”.

Sunday - October 2nd, 2005

Time:    6:30 PM – 9:30 PM (Doors Open 5:30 PM)        

Tickets: Start at $45.00 @ at Box Office 609-984-8400 or

WHERE: Patriots Theater at the War Memorial located at Memorial Drive in Trenton, NJ’s Historic Capital Complex.

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