Rock Concert To Aide Wounded Warrior Project, ReserveAid and Operation Finally Home
New York, NY – Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray will headline Wall Street Rocks’ 2013 Battle of the Bands Finale benefit concert, emceed by radio & VH1 Classic TV host Eddie Trunk on Monday, December 2nd at Irving Plaza in NYC.
Competing Wall Street bands include Riffhanger and Big Dog Party, which won previous rounds of competition. Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.wallstreetrocks.org. This year¹s end of year show will benefit Wounded Warrior Project, ReserveAid and Operation Finally Home, which provides wounded and disabled veterans and the widows of the fallen with mortgage-free housing across the country.
Wall Street Rocks co-founders Leslie Kirby, James Macedonio, Peter Carrara and George Chrisafis kicked off their third year of fundraising efforts for veterans¹ charities with two sold out Battle of the Band shows at NYC’s famed Cutting Room in July and September. Riffhanger, featuring lead singer Tony Conklin from Deutsche Bank took home the top prize in July and Big Dog Party, which features musicians from JPMorgan Chase and Chase Bank, won in September to advance to the finale in December.
Wall Street Rocks is a collaboration of employees in the financial, technology and entertainment industries, who are passionate about giving support to heroic Americans who serve our nation, including military veterans and first responders. Over the last two years, Wall Street Rocks has raised over $350,000 for our nation¹s heroes.
For more information about Wall Street Rocks, please visit www.wallstreetrocks.org.