Robby Krieger and Scotty Medlock receiving an award for the incredible work with St. Jude Children’s Hospital and the local community.
Prior to the start of the show:
Auctions to raise money for St Jude Children’s Hospital
Gary Mule Deer started the show with some comedy and “Folsom Prison Blues” with Bob Glaub on bass, Own Goldman on drums and Steve Molitz on keyboards.
The Robby Krieger Band, with Ty Dennis on drums, Phil Chen on bass, Kit Potamkin on keyboards, Dave Brock on vocals performed “When The Musics’s Over” followed by “LA Woman” with Brett Scallions on vocals
14 year old blues guitar prodigy Ray Goren and his incredible band played “Machine Gun and “Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone”
Danny Seraphine’s Band featured Sebastian Bach on vocals, Bob Glaub on bass, Tommy Thayer on guitar, David Vanacore on Keyboards Jamie Hovorka on the trumpet, Rick Keller on sax, Ryan Dragon on trombone, Larry Klimas on sax and performed “25 or 6 to 4”, “Saturday in the Park” (Sebastian Bach renamed it “Saturday in Moorpark”), “I’m a Man” which also featured Alex Lifeson.
Lita Ford played a det with Sebastian Bach for “Close My Eyes Forever” and also performed “Kiss Me Deadly” with David Sikes on Bass
Alex Lifeson preformed “Working Man” with Sebastian Bach on lead vocals, Tommy Thayer on guitar, David Sikes on bass with Steve Molitz on keys and TYy Dennis on drums.
In one of the cooler parts of an incredibly cool evening with Dave Brock, Phil Chen, Kit Potamkin, Ty Dennis, they kicked into the intro of “Hello, I Love You before transitions over to a very interesting version of “Spirit of The Radio”.
Alice Cooper came out and sand “Back Door Man”, “Schools Out”
The evening ended in a full blown jam.
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