The Heartbreakers, Earl Slick, Roy Orbison's sons & more to play during Tom Petty All-Star Birthday Celebration

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The late Tom Petty had a legacy and its still changing people’s lives.

Taking place in LA’s El Rey Theatre on Saturday, October 18, a packed lineup of artists, featuring Heartbreaker bassist Ron Blair and drummer Steve Ferrone will gather to memorialize the life and loss of their lead singer Tom Petty. 

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The members of The Heartbreakers will be joined by a fleet of revered musicians, including the famed former David Bowie guitarist Earl Slick, session drummer Jim Keltner, Stephen Stills’ son Chris, Roy Orbison’s sons Roy Jr. and Alex, and more.

Concert profits will be donated to the The Midnight Mission and MusiCares, charities that Petty had supported during his lifetime. The Midnight Mission is an LA-based organization that aids the homeless population in Skid Row, while MusiCares is a philanthropic branch of the Recording Academy that provides help to music community members in-need. 

Tickets for the show are available at AXS.com

Petty was born October 20, 1950, and passed away on October 2, 2017 from an accidental drug overdose. 

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