LIVE AID TRIBUTE RAISES NEARLY $2,000

LIVE AID TRIBUTE RAISES NEARLY $2,000

Members from five of the six tributes that performed at the Live Aid Tribute were on hand last month to present the Houston Food Bank with a check for nearly $2,000! The money will go to feed Houston’s hungry, and is especially appreciated after an ammonia leak forced the food bank to throw away over 1.8 million pounds of food right before Thanksgiving.

Pictured from L to R, standing: Mike Marsh, Blood Red Sky (U2);, Kyle Cousins, Queen Legacy (Queen); Harold Espendez, Into The Groove (Madonna), Queen Legacy, & organizer of the event; Tony De Soto, Radio Duran (Duran Duran); Lorena Avillaneda, Community Event Coordinator of Houston Food Bank, and Mark Sakowitz, Queen Legacy. Kneeling: Sally Villareal, Into The Groove (Madonna), and Chris Terranova, Von Hindenburg (Led Zeppelin).

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