GO Rocks! at the Roxy was a great night of fun, fundraising, awareness and awesome music! Dennis Quaid and the Sharks kicked things off with some high-energy rock ‘n roll, followed by R&B soulsters Upstart, a very special “surprise” performance by Ziggy Marley that had the house singing as one to “Love is My Religion”, followed by LA-based youth band XRDS who wowed the crowd with their talent. Headliner Glenn Frey rocked the house, performing Eagle’s classics and solo hits with legendary producer and musician Don Was, accompanied by their sons Deacon Frey and Henry Fagenson as well as Nick Shapiro from XRDS and Michael Thompson from the Eagles. The concert spoke of youth empowerment, not only for the children the funds are benefitting but for the all the youth who performed on stage, organized the event and joined as guests/supporters as we all partied with a purpose.
‘GO Rocks’ really rocked the house!