Friday, July 6, 2012

RONNIE JAMES DIO - DIO DAY CORTLAND 2012 TRIBUTE CONCERT - JULY 7

DIO DAY CORTLAND 2012  -* Saturday - July 7, 2012,  at J.M. McDonald Sports Complex, Cortland, NY.  Doors open at 12 noon,  Music starts at 1 PM.

Tickets $15 were  avaliable in Cortland, NY at The Hollywood Restaurant, Hyde's Dinner, Sheridan's Jewelry, Jim Vandeuson Music, The Haunt (Ithaca) and at the door. MC is- I-100 FM Classic Rock's Kat Walters (Cayuga Radio Group)

MISSION STATEMENT
To foster an interest in Cortland's rich musical heritage by uniting generations through the music of Ronnie James Dio; as well as to support musical enrichment in the community, and provide funding for cancer research for generations to come via an annual event held in Ronnie's name.

Band's who performed


THE RODS    (7 PM)
(Rock Feinstein, Carl Canedy, Garry Bordinaro)

MARK DOYLE AND THE MANIACS   (6 PM)
(Mark Doyle,  Frank DeFonda, Phil Broikues, Joel Kane) 

THE CAFFERTY BAND    (5 PM)
 (Joe Leo, Steve Cory, Bill Strong, Jim Reagan, Dan Austin, Danielle Rausa,  other special guest included Charlie Bertini, Brian Miles, Steve Daniels, Steve Shiffman)

CHARLIE BERTINI BAND  (3 PM)
(Charlie Bertini, Dave Hanlon, Tom Taylor & Dave Solazzo)

STEVE SOUTHWORTH and  ROCKABILLY RAYS   (1 PM)
(Steve Southworth, Fluffy Saccucci, Bob Southworth, Jay Crapo)

THE WRECKLY  J's   (2 PM)
(Neno LaRocca, Steve Romanowski, Dickie Chelekis, Wreckly Lamarm, Denny D

THE HURTIN UNITS  (4 PM)
(Robby Petrella, Bobcat Rawks, Marc Ryan & Joey)

BLIND SPOTS   (8 PM)
(Maddy Walsh, Mike Suave, Captain Doobie Zuben, Francois Dillinger, Jeff Turback)

HANGMAN'S HEART   (9 PM)
(Rob White, Aaron Craig, Mike Marcy,  Rocco Rich)

Others who performed included-Bill Golicki, Steve Daniels,  Jim VanDeuson, Steve Romer


DIO DAY 2012 COMMITTEE MEMBERS

David "Rock" Feinstein (chairman),  Dick Bottoff, Vince Faraoni, Mimi Griswold, Harold "Butch" Hyde, Terry Mingle, Michael Sheppard, Kat Walters, Ron Wray



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