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Westchester All Stars For Wounded Veterans Project

This wonderful night of holiday music will be headlined by The VANILLA FUDGE celebrating their 50th anniversary rockin the world,Rock&Roll Hall Of Fame member and guitarist of THE RASCALS, GENE CORNISH, and legendary rock drummer CARMINE APPICE. Rounding out the show will be the amazing Kristen Capolino,Vaneese Thomas,MaryAnn Renza, Tom Dudley the Blues Budha, Bill Edwards,Duchess Di, and Scott Staton, Kick off the holiday season with a great night of holiday music and laughs to benefit wounded veterans organizations such as the Veterans Adaptive Sports Inc.,Disabled American Veterans Chapter 144, and Friends Of Fallen Heroes NY.

On December 1st at 7:30 pm, the Paramount Hudson Valley Theater in Peekskill, New York will host, the 6rd annual event which this year is generously underwritten by the Jeffery and Jeanette Lasdon, the Hudson Room, The Lanza Family Foundation, The Capolino Family, White Plains Linen, Miller & Miller Insurance, and the Holiday Inn Express Peekskill

With the growing success of the past concerts, Westchester All Stars founder Bill Edwards decided to keep the momentum rolling . “This project boasts top-shelf players in the music business with a connection to the area,” says Edwards. “The amount of work it takes to produce the CD and the live show is a labor of love. But it is nothing in comparison to the sacrifices of the military and their families who are left alone in their absence. I can’t think of any group more deserving than the men and women that have put themselves in harm’s way on our behalf.”

The Bob Woodruff Organization’s mission is to ensure that injured veterans and their families are thriving long after they return home. Veterans Adaptive Sports, Inc. promotes rehabilitation of disabled military service veterans by challenging them with physical experiences that we all take for granted as a tool to combat suicide, which is a leading cause of death in veterans. Tower of Hope trains service animals and pairs them with disabled vets in need. By supporting this great cause and ones like it, you are giving back to the most deserving men and women and raising awareness of their plight.