Local musicians, donate 100% of the proceeds from their recent benefit concert to the Queens children’s hospital
Music is the best medicine, something that everyone at St. Mary’s Hospital for Children and the Crowley Brothers agree on.
After their first visit to St. Mary’s facility, Brian, Travis and Jeffrey Crowley, three brothers and musicians from New York, hosted a benefit concert at Baruch College in Manhattan to raise money for the hospital’s music therapy program. They performed at the event alongside a few friends and fellow musicians, including New Jersey-based rock band The New Royalty and New York musicians Haley Jane Rose and Nick Paganelli.
“We were all eager to help out St. Mary’s however we could, and playing a concert with our friends is the most fun way we could have imagined doing it,” said Travis Crowley, the middle brother of the band.
On June 13th, the boys reunited with their fans at St. Mary’s and hosted another mini-concert at the hospital, as well as presenting their official donation. A rocking good time was had by all.
“For the last couple of years, we’ve been performing for kids in children’s hospitals such as this one, and there’s really no better feeling than the connection we make with them. It’s an incredible experience,” added the oldest brother, Brian.
Crowley Brothers are Z100’s 2010 Hometown Heroes who have been building a fanbase since 2008. They released their debut single, “Radio” in August of 2012.