Jason Frost of A Frosty J Production has posted a number of photos from the eighth annual Rock 4 X-Mas 2004 Christmas charity event at this location.
The concert, which took place on Saturday, December 4 at the Wildwood Bowl in Riverhead, Long Island, NY, featured performances by Ron Keel (KEEL, STEELER), Ira Black (VICIOUS RUMORS, HEATHEN), Richie Scarlet (FREHLEY'S COMET, SEBATIAN BACH, MOUNTAIN) and Paul Shortino (QUIET RIOT, ROUGH CUTT), among many others.
The proceeds from the event will go to the Nassau Suffolk Coalition for the Homeless & Fire/Rescue Widows and Children fund of Long Island.
Rock 4 X-Mas Foundation organizes events to benefit the less fortunate during the winter holidays. Over the past eight years, the Rock 4 X-Mas Foundation has raised money and provided entertainment for families in need throughout the United States of America. Many rock and roll music legends have joined and teamed up with the foundation over the years, putting on some very memorable concert performances for audiences in select U.S. cities.
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