Jammin’ For Jerry a success in Wilkes-Barre

Lead singer Mike Santarsiero, right, and the Idol Kings perform Thursday night to a packed house during Jammin’ For Jerry, a benefit concert for musician Jerry Hludzik of The Buoys, the Jerry Kelly Band and Dakotaat Best Western Plus Genetti Hotel & Conference Center in Wilkes-Barre. Hludzik’s longtime musical partner, Bill Kelly, and a cast of musicians that featured various local groups and Danny Seraphine of Chicago came together to honor and aid Hludzik, who is living with early-onset dementia. Kelly and Hludzik would perform together later in the evening. - Bill Tarutis | For Times Leader

Lead singer Mike Santarsiero, right, and the Idol Kings perform Thursday night to a packed house during Jammin’ For Jerry, a benefit concert for musician Jerry Hludzik of The Buoys, the Jerry Kelly Band and Dakotaat Best Western Plus Genetti Hotel & Conference Center in Wilkes-Barre. Hludzik’s longtime musical partner, Bill Kelly, and a cast of musicians that featured various local groups and Danny Seraphine of Chicago came together to honor and aid Hludzik, who is living with early-onset dementia. Kelly and Hludzik would perform together later in the evening.
https://www.timesleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_TTL042718Standalone_1-3.jpgLead singer Mike Santarsiero, right, and the Idol Kings perform Thursday night to a packed house during Jammin’ For Jerry, a benefit concert for musician Jerry Hludzik of The Buoys, the Jerry Kelly Band and Dakotaat Best Western Plus Genetti Hotel & Conference Center in Wilkes-Barre. Hludzik’s longtime musical partner, Bill Kelly, and a cast of musicians that featured various local groups and Danny Seraphine of Chicago came together to honor and aid Hludzik, who is living with early-onset dementia. Kelly and Hludzik would perform together later in the evening. Bill Tarutis | For Times Leader