Baltimore, MD, August 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Musicians from World Renown Bands Hit a High Note for Critically Ill Children
The Casey Cares Foundation Rocks the Hearts of Musicians from Famous Bands
Get ready to rock at the Eighth Annual Rock and Roll Bash for the Casey Cares Foundation on Saturday evening, September 25th at 6:30pm at Rams Head Live in Baltimore. Musicians who play for such bands as the Billy Joel Band, Bon Jovi, Saturday Night Live, Kiss* and others get together and jam one night for the Casey Cares Foundation, a non-profit charity that provides uplifting programs with a special touch for critically ill children and their families in the Mid-Atlantic area. September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
“We feel fortunate that we are able to combine our love of music with our involvement in philanthropy,” stated Monkton resident Ellen DiMayo, co-chair of the event. Ellen’s husband, Mike DiMayo is president of the board of the Foundation and also a musician in High Voltage, an AC/DC tribute band who will also perform on September 25th.
Along with cocktails and dinner buffet, are elaborate face painting, music, dancing, body painting by Jen Seidel, and an auction extraordinaire. The deadline for purchasing the $100 tickets is Sept. 22nd. Sponsorships are still available. For list of musicians, tickets or more information, call 443-568-0064.
*Performer list is subject to change based on last minute tour schedule.
Headquartered in Maryland, the Casey Cares Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides personalized, uplifting programs with a special touch to critically ill children and family members throughout six states. Programs include: Family Festivities, Birthday Blasts, Celebration Vacations, Kami’s Jammies, Caring Connections and Better Together. Call 443-568-0064 for more information.