Top Dog Hosts Exit 4 for the Jersey Shore, Benefit for Sandy Victims
Help New Jersey neighbors by attending a music-filled benefit called Exit 4 for the Jersey Shore on Saturday, December 8 from 5 to 9 p.m. at Top Dog on Route 70 in Cherry Hill, NJ. It’s time to reach out and help victims of Hurricane Sandy, according to organizers Pam Henshall and David Janofsky who last put together a benefit around the time of the Haiti tsunami that raised over $5,000. The two are back at it again and are looking to more than double their efforts for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. With all funds going to the American Red Cross, Exit 4 for the Jersey Shore is only a $20 donation.
The entertainment will be kicked off by Billy D. Light who will be joined by Mike Massimino and Billy's son Aiden on drums. Aiden is 7 and is a sight to be seen! Also playing is Fuzzy Paradise - a new band of South Jersey all-stars that features Gregg Carpenter, Don Evans, Mike Massimino and Lara Farrokh. Greg Dress is a singer/songwriter who will bring his talent to the stage next. Finally Dave J will be playing solo and with some special guests. Dave has been on the S. Jersey music scene for many years with the band Nasty Habits (www.nastyhabits.tv) and has opened for Little Feat, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, Roseanne Barr and Peter Noone (Herman's Hermits).
The event will also feature a celebrity auction of donated items.
For more information or to make a donation to the auction, contact Dave Janofsky at 609-254-8196 or Pam Henshall 856-240-0904.