Iconic superstar Tony Orlando is set to appear on the Let Me Help, Inc: The Children of the World Globally Streamed Benefit Concert that will take place via FENIX360 and WOW TV on October 1, 2022 at 6pm to 12 am EST. He will be joined by artists including: Bonfire, Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp, Smashing Pumpkins), Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Addiction), Ten Years After, Tony Moore (Iron Maiden), Leland Sklar (Toto), Alex Skolnick (Testament), John Fusco, John Lodge (Moody Blues), Jon Davidson (Yes), Will Crewdson (Bow Wow, Wow, Adam Ant), Daisy Jopling, Melba Moore, Robert Kool, Stephen Devassy, David Osmond, Jean Beavoir (Plasmatics), and over 70 others from all round the world. The event is hosted by Let Me Help founder John “SohoJohnny” Pasquale.
Tony Orlando has long given his time, money, song profits and anything else people needed to various benefits including the disabled community, (Opportunity Village), veterans, kids (Andover’s Ironside Farm), and the list continues. Undoubtedly one of the most charitable and kindest man in the entertainment industry, Tony constantly gives….He can be heard every Saturday night on WABC as he presents “Saturday Nights with Tony Orlando”, as well as his numerous concert appearances. Special thank you to Jenny Orlando for her technical assistance.
Let Me Help was founded by John Pasquale (aka SohoJohnny) after the death of his mom from Covid. The mission of Let Me Help is to “Strive to help people whose lives and livelihoods have been affected in some way by an unforeseen circumstance or illness by raising money to the celebration of music, laughter and dance.” In the words of SohoJohnny, “We look to spread music in joy and illumination to the human soul and spirit while helping others.”
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