TROY – Brown’s Revolution Hall was again the site for live music, but for a good cause, as the Dustin Mele Memorial Concert kicked off on Saturday, March 9.
Proceeds from the concert were to support three organizations — the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and Rensselaer County mental health and emergency assistance programs through Catholic Charities CoNSERNS-U — all in memory of Dustin Mele.
Heather Kovar with WRGB CBS-6 News was master of ceremonies, introducing area favorites; Emerald City, Soul Sky and Super 400. The evening also featured a one-time-only reunion of the legendary Bob Etoll Group.
Photos by George Fazio / Special to TheSpot518
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