Talk about your rock ‘n roll heartthrobs. Local brothers CJ (14) and Brother Max (13) live in Union County, but they play on stages nationwide and are currently competing on America’s Got Talent, where they made it to round 2.
Yes, they’re cute and all. But what makes our hearts go pitter patter is the mission behind their performing.
Over the last two years the CJ and Brother Max Band has raised over $11,000 for the Patriot Charities, and has purchased two specially trained service dogs for veterans who suffer from PTSD. CJ and Brother Max have each logged over 570 hours in community service helping veterans with PTSD through their concerts and outreach work.
Now’s your chance to check out this talented duo and support them in their effort to raise the $1o,000 needed to donate their 3rd & 4th service dogs for veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Injuries.
CJ and Brother Max are headlining a charity concert at Puckett’s Farm Equipment in NODA on February 20, 2016. They’ll be playing classic rock from the 70’s, 80’s and early 90’s, and will again donate 100% of appearance fees, tips and donations to Patriot Charities. You can read more about personal lives of these amazing local boys here, but really, you need to go see them for yourself and help them reach their fundraising goals. The band’s set begins at 10 pm on Saturday, 2/20 at Pucketts.