DetailsTime : 7:00 pm
Venue : Thursday - The Italian American Community Center - Father Peter Young Housing, Industries & Treatment Benefit
Address : 257 Washington Ave. Ext, Albany, NY
Phone : 518-463-8109
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Website : http://pyhit.com/
For tickets and information contact Margie Reilly, 518-463-8109, email: email@example.com
Father Young’s programs are based on what he refers to as a three-legged stool model, where individuals receive treatment, housing and training. When all three “legs” of the model are available, recovery rates are remarkable. Remove any one of them, and the stool topples.
Peter Young Housing, Industries and Treatment has been coming to the aid of impoverished, disenfranchised people in New York State for over 50 years, helping them regain their confidence and dignity, and rejoin society as productive, taxpaying citizens.
The road has never been easy for Father Young. Through the years his organization has endured vandalism, theft, fires, oppressive regulation and under-funding. But Father and his staff have always persevered. In part, thanks to supporters like all of you.
Jim Gaudet and The Railroad Boys are thrilled to be bringing their unique brand of “Hillbilly Rock and Roll” to The Italian American Community Center (IACC) to celebrate their 7th Annual concert to support and benefit the wonderful work that is being performed by Reverend Peter Young through his foundation.
When: Thursday May 17
Where: IACC, Pavillion, parking is readily accessible on the lawn next to the Pavillion.
Dinner will be available prior to the concert in the Pavillion from 5pm-7pm.
The concert will begin at 7 pm.
The Railroad Boys present Jim Gaudet’s songs in a way that would have you thinking that you’ve gone back in time to an old Texas roadhouse.
It’s good wholesome up-tempo fun. Critics have said that Jim’s songs quickly hit home and resonate with the listeners the very first time they hear them.
Audience members will want to be singing along and tapping their feet from the beginning to the end. When the RR Boys come to town the night always ends with the crowd knowing that they’ve made some new friends.
The harmony vocals and musicianship are as good as it gets.