It's being billed as "a classic rock spectacular featuring all your favorite songs!"

And it's all for a good cause.

The Central Regional High School Autism Awareness Club will present the 1st Annual Benefit Concert for Autism Awareness.

It happens tonight (Friday, March 1st) at 7:30pm (Doors Open at 7pm) at Central Regional High School Auditorium at 703 Pinewald Keswick Road in Bayville.

This fundraiser will Feature "AMERICAN HAWK" with special guest MC and musician Dan Wheeler of the QVC Network.

According to the thenashvilleuniverse.com American Hawk (from Newtown, PA) is US Navy veteran and singer/songwriter Bobby Rotondo performing with some of New Jersey & Pennsylvania's finest musicians, all veterans of the East coast music scene.

American Hawk plays a blend of country/rock & patriotic original tunes.

Also appearing is singer and guitarist Pam McCoy.

Tickets are $10.00 with100% of all proceeds going directly to Autism charities.

*Tickets Available at the door OR online at the Central Regional School District website.

Also, The St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry will hold a food drive at this event, so please bring non-perishable, canned or boxed food items.

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