Marty Lyons Foundation Hosts Benefit Concert

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L.-R.: Dennis DelGaudio, Joan macNaughton, Liberty DeVito, Richie Cannata, Assemblyman and Mrs Michael Dendekker Michael. (Photo by Matt Kropp)
Billy Joel’s original backing band, The Lords of 52nd Street, headlined The Marty Lyons Foundation Benefit Concert at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 2.
Acclaimed comedian Bob Nelson also performed at the charity event for the nonprofit that has been bringing magic into the lives of terminally ill children since 1982. The organization was founded by Marty Lyons, a 12-year defensive lineman veteran of the New York Jets.
The foundation is dedicated to helping children aged 3 to 17 years old find the courage and strength to fight their illnesses.
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The Lords of 52nd Street. (Photo by Matt Kropp)
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L. to R.: Dennis DelGaudio, Liberty DeVito, LIPress Joan MacNaughton, Doug Kistner. (Photo by Matt Kropp)
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The Lords of 52nd Street on stage. (Photo by Matt Kropp)
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Richie Cannata on saxophone. (Photo by Matt Kropp)
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Comedian Bob Nelson. (Photo by Matt Kropp)