On Nov 29th, America Salutes You and Wall Street Rocks joined forces for an unforgettable benefit concert AMERICA SALUTES YOU AND WALL STREET ROCKS PRESENTS: GUITAR LEGENDS FOR HEROES at Terminal 5 (610 w 56th Street) in New York City. The unforgettable night was dedicated to our heroes to create national recognition as a “thank you” to our military, veterans and their loved ones, and will raise funds for the high impact charities that support them The all-star event was co-hosted by Trace Adkins and SIRIUS XM’s Eddie Trunk, with special performances by Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi), Dave Navarro (Jane’s Addiction), Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), Nancy Wilson (Heart), Sam Moore (Sam and Dave), OrianthiLindsey Ell,  Robert Randolph and Joe Don Rooney (Rascal Flatts).

 

America Salutes You is a 501c3 organization created to express our national gratitude to our troops, our veterans and their families through an annual nationally broadcasted benefit concert that will raise funds for a range of high impact veteran charities.

 

 

Wall Street Rocks is a 501c3 organization that creates both televised and festival like music events designed to bring people together to raise awareness and most importantly raise money for the outstanding veteran and military charities that help our military, veterans and their families. We are a unique collaboration of employees across the financial, technology and entertainment industry focused on supporting heroic Americans who serve our nation. From brave soldiers deployed around the world who protect our freedoms, to first responders who selflessly venture into dangerous emergency situations here at home, these courageous men and women have our backs every day.  Wall Street Rocks has their backs. Wall Street Rocks visited the New York Stock Exchange trading floor and rang The Opening Bell with key supporter Morgan Stanley. Stephen Daffron, Global Head of Operations, Technology and Data at Morgan Stanley, and James Macedonio, Executive Director at Morgan Stanley and Wall Street Rocks Co-Founder, will lead the bell ringing ceremony.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4wT_YGO9CY

 

For those who didn’t attend the benefit concert are able to watch it nationally on December 23rd and are still able to support with Text-To-Donate provided by AT&T. Check your local listings.

 

 

 

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