KC and the Sun­shine Band rock out for HomeSafe dur­ing Clas­sic Rock & Roll Party

South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Sunday) - - Travel Life - By Kris­lyn Placide Sun Sen­tinel So­ci­ety Scene

KC and the Sun­shine Band head­lined this year’s Clas­sic Rock & Roll Party at Semi­nole Hard Rock Ho­tel & Casino on Feb. 2. The event raised $380,000 for HomeSafe, a non­profit that sup­ports vic­tims of child abuse and do­mes­tic vi­o­lence.

Guests boo­gied to songs such as “That’s the Way (I Like It)” and “Get Down Tonight” and heard from for­mer ra­dio DJ Jay Zea­ger, HomeSafe CEO Matt Ladika and Iron Maiden Drum­mer Nicko McBrain.

A long­time sup­porter of HomeSafe, McBrain said, “There is noth­ing more grat­i­fy­ing than to be a cru­sader for such a wor­thy cause, and at such a fun-filled event.”

As part of the fes­tiv­i­ties, Par­adise Bank re­ceived the HomeSafe Hero Award for its phi­lan­thropy to­ward HomeSafe over the years.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit HelpHome Safe.org

HomeSafe client Jes­sica speaks

En­ter­tainer Dale Pow­ers takes a selfie with guests

TRACEY BEN­SON PHO­TOG­RA­PHY/COUR­TESY PHO­TOS

Clas­sic co-chair­men Ag­gie and Jeff Stoops

Clas­sic co-chairs Steve and Janessa Bern­stein

Celebrity host and Iron Maiden drum­mer Nicko McBrain

Ed Ven­trice, Wil­liam Marino, Michael McDon­ald and Chris Mal­fi­tano

Bob Sheetz and Deb­bie Lind­strom

Par­adise Bank chair­man Ward Kel­logg with HomeSafe CEO Matt Ladika

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