RHOLC Foundation “Rock Out With A Purpose” Benefit Concert, March 8

RHOLC Foundation “Rock Out With A Purpose” Benefit Concert, March 8

On Friday, March 8, 2019, the RHOLC Foundation; an all-encompassing, hyperlocal 501c3 organization, is presenting “Rock Out With A Purpose,” a benefit comedy and rock concert to support community member; Joe Conwell, and family during his wife; Sandra’s, second battle with cancer. The concert will take place at The Black Olive, 18980 Upper Belmont Place in Leesburg, and begins at 7:00 P.M., with doors opening at 5:00 P.M. for happy hour.

Joe Conwell’s wife; Sandra, was declared cancer-free in December of 2018, after battling breast cancer. Weeks later, Sandra returned to the doctor for a routine follow up, only to be told that she now had liver and ovarian cancer.

Virginia local, Jerry Moore with Monster Madhouse members Rob San Pietro, Chris Navarro and Greg Stephens are the featured headliners for the evening; with special guests: Pete Evick of Bret Michaels Band with Gino Cioffi, Becci Clark Badillo and Alan Cooper, as well as Dirty Ray and Chris Ledford of Machine Gun Preachers with Scott Mclean and former Bullet Boys guitarist, Danny Watts.

We expect a big crowd ready to witness rock history in Loudoun County with this rare collaborative performance between rock legends!

Special guest MC Richard Glover will also be joined by comedians Josh Hebert and Von Michael.

Concert tickets are $30.00 per person, with all proceeds from concert ticket sales, raffle ticket sales, and silent auction going directly to the family. The event is open to the public.

The event will open with comedy sets by Josh Heber and Von Michael. Guest musicians will then open the concert portion of the night, with Monster Madhouse; in full costume, headlining around 10:30pm, and an open jam session with special guest invitations to follow.

The RHOLC Rock Out with a Purpose concert is a collaborative initiative created by the RHOLC Foundation and Joseph Conwell on the simple belief that nobody should have to face hardships alone. RHOLC Foundation strongly believes that when one person helps another, we strengthen our community! Together, we are stronger!

Contact: Adam Alami team@rholcfoundation.org
For more information please visit RHOLC Foundation’s website at rholcfoundation.org

Brian Reynolds