Parents Who Rock is a non-profit association of musicians and others based in Montclair, NJ, who volunteer their time and talents onstage and behind the scenes to raise money for non-for-profit organizations throughout the community. Since 2005, fundraising events featuring PWR artists and other volunteers, working with the Montclair Fund for Educational Excellence (MFEE), have netted more then $200,000 for such organizations and causes as the All-Children’s Playground, Mountainside Hospital Breast Cancer Education Center, the Montclair Rape Crisis Center, and more. Read more here
Go Play Outside
Go Play Outside: The debut CD from Parents Who Rock. Buy your copy now!
Get our last CD! - LET 'EM PLAY
Let 'Em Play, the second CD from Parents Who Rock, is out now. Proceeds from the sale go to benefit Little Kids Rock in Montclair. Click on the cover above for more information and a list of the fine retailers selling the CD.
Geezer began as a basement Jam at Eddie C's house, sometime in the previous century. Today's Geezer has a dozen children that we know of, and at least one grandchild. We've played at benefits in town, block parties and birthday parties. We have played at two Parents who Rock gigs this year and it's been great fun and most satisfactory to help out. There are five of us in the band. At least eleven of whom are guitar players. Our keyboard player is back, and the rest of us took a nap. In the meantime, we continue to learn new songs, and re-learn old ones nearly as fast as we forget them. Stevie (Ray) Knox, (Grandpa) Steve Wolf, Scott Galbraith (the singing drummer), Edwin (sound man) Carine on bass, and the legendary Tom McDonough (on keyboard) make up the current group. You can never tell, though.