Two of the biggest voices of the 70s will belt out their greatest hits to help benefit cancer patients of St. Peter’s Hospital.
Dr. Duncan Savage, chief of radiation oncology at St. Peter’s Cancer Care, was one of several speakers at a news conference announcing details of the 2022 Sock Out Cancer® Benefit Concert.
The event, which benefits financially distressed cancer patients of St. Peter’s Hospital and Albany Medical Center, will take place Saturday, October 22, at The Palace Theatre. Headlining this year’s show will be Classic Rock Voices, featuring Fran Cosmo, former lead vocalist for Boston and Steve Augeri, former lead vocalist for Journey.
These two powerhouse performers will bring the audience to their feet with time-honored classics like Boston’s “More Than A Feeling,” “Long Time,” “Rock & Roll Band,” and Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Faithfully,” Wheel in the Sky,” “Any Way you Want It,” and many more.
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Sock Out Cancer® is a nonprofit initiative that aids financially distressed families so they can put all their energy into fighting cancer. It is funded through donations, community-based fundraising efforts and the sal of its signature multi-colored socks, all of which also help raise public awareness of the financial challenges facing families fighting cancer. To learn more about Sock Out Cancer, please visit SockOutCancer.org and the Sock Out Cancer Facebook page. Sock Out Cancer, I.I.C, is wholly owned by the Security Mutual Lifc Foundation, which is a New York 501 (c) (3) public charity.