Autism Rocks was a benefit concert for Autism in the Greater Cincinnati area on February 10, 2013, at Peg's Pub in Evandale. The day long fundraiser featured many talented bands from the area and was able to raise a good deal of money.
Local blues man, Sonny Moorman was first to take the stage. He put on an inspired performance and set the tone for what was to come.
Next up was Dallas Moore. Dallas released a new album a week ago and had many fans in attendance that followed him for years.
The Big In Iowa reunion came next. It was kicked off by a memorable introduction from Eddie Fingers from WLW who talked about his friend, co-worker and co-founding member of Big In Iowa, Ken "Mr. K." Glidewell.
The bands went well into the night and the crowd was capacity and then some. Other bands that performed included Prizoner, After Midnight, Relics, Twisted Fate, Slam'd and the Cincinnati Sinners. Cincinnati Bengal players and cheerleaders, both past and present, were in attendance to help raise money.
It was a heartwarming event with some unbelievable performances.