It was an amazing evening of fun, dancing, and fantastic music when GSF’s very own corporate band, Duct Tape & Beer, rocked the stage at the Rock The House fundraiser benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC). This special musical event took place Wednesday, June 27 at the House of Blues in Downtown Disney in Anaheim, Calif.
This ninth annual event raised over $60,000, making it the most successful Rock The House to date. The funds raised will directly benefit the families and children served by the Ronald Houses in Bakersfield, Los Angeles, Loma Linda, Long Beach, Orange, Pasadena, as well as Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times in Riverside County.
Duct Tape & Beer guitarist, Bill Sanderson, said, “Thanks to all the people that turned out to support us. It was a great night celebrating Rock and Roll music and a great night for Duct Tape & Beer to raise money for the children. We broke all records, we had a great time and we hope you come to see us again next year!”
Also playing in the Duct Tape & Beer band were guitarists Philip Crane and Joey Dorwart Crane, L’Angelo De Silva on bass, Rob Moretti on keys, Courtney Crane on drums and vocals with lead singer Jay Sabo and Kim Crane on vocals and keyboard. The other entertainers who came together for this great cause were The Steve Plotkin Band, The Drunken Saints and Los Rios Rock School.
It was a rocking good time for all who attended and an awesome opportunity to help support families and children in need across Southern California.