School of Rock AllStars to Play Rock Hall on Monday

Concert Announcement

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School of Rock, the self-described “leader in performance-based music education for all ages,” has embarked on its annual AllStars Summer Tour 2015. The most talented teens (only the top one percent) in the “school” will perform 18 concerts across the country.
In the past, the AllStars super group has shared the stage with acts such as Yes’ Jon Anderson, Jane’s Addiciton’s Perry Farrell and Guns N Roses' Slash. For this tour, the organization has partnered with Who Cares Teen Cancer America, the charity founded by the Who’s Pete Townsend and Roger Daltrey. The group rolls into town to play the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum at 2 p.m. on Monday, July 27.


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