LIVE: Dustin Mele Memorial Concert @ Revolution Hall, 3/21/15

March 24th, 2015, 4:00 pm by Greg
Johnny Rabb

Johnny Rabb

Photographs by Gene Sennes

Brown’s Brewing Company’s Revolution Hall was jam packed with an all-star line-up of Local 518 musicians and plenty of their fans last Saturday (March 21) for the second annual Dustin Mele Memorial Concert. And, yes, even some heavyweight politicos stopped by to lend their support for the benefit concert for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

Dustin’s father, ace guitarslinger Joe Mele, led the charge onstage with veteran rockers Emerald City, and the roster of musicians donating their time and talent to the cause read like a who’s-who of the Nippertown music scene – Super 400, Johnny Rabb, Luke McNamee, Matt Mirabile, Tony Perrino’s Killer B, Jocamo, Blue Machine, Roland Gendron & Jeff Dooley, the El Dorados and soooo many others…

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The final tally of funds raised is still TBA, but there was certainly plenty of fun raised. GO HERE if you couldn’t make it to the concert but would still like to donate to the cause.

U.S Congressman Paul Tonko, Lindsay Mele, Joe Mele and Troy Mayor Lou Rosamilia

U.S Congressman Paul Tonko, Lindsay Mele (Dustin’s sister), Joe Mele (Dustin’s dad) and Troy Mayor Lou Rosamilia

Kenny Hohman and Joe Daley of Super 400

Kenny Hohman and Joe Daley of Super 400

Super 400's Lori Friday

Super 400’s Lori Friday

Saxman Luke McNamee

Saxman Luke McNamee

3 thoughts on “LIVE: Dustin Mele Memorial Concert @ Revolution Hall, 3/21/15”

  1. Beautiful pictures.

  2. Vito Ciccarelli says:

    One of the greatest local shows I’ve ever been involved with. Amazing array of talent on the stage that night. Nice pics Gene!

  3. Bonnie Hohman says:

    This event was such a positive force fueled by amazing talent and love. We had the best time! The music community came together and Rocked the house like never before.

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