AEROSMITH Frontman Makes Appearance At Firefighters Foundation Fundraiser
AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler reportedly "rocked the roof off" the Worcester, Massachusetts Centrum Centre on Sunday, Sept. 29, to support The (Denis) Leary Firefighters Foundation. The third annual Celebrity Hat Trick charity hockey game featured Steven singing the "Star Spangled Banner" and coaching the Hollywood All-Stars as they faced off against the Boston Bruins Alumni team. More than $350,000 was raised.
The Leary Firefighters Foundation provides funding and resources for fire departments to obtain the highest level of equipment, technology and training, as well as provides resources to families of firefighters who have perished in the line of duty. Want to support the cause? Log onto www.learyfirefighters.org to learn of upcoming events or send a check to: The Leary Firefighters Foundation, 594 Broadway, Suite 409, New York, NY 10012.
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