Barenaked Ladies & Jody Raffoul (and “Rock On” :) in concert.

Andrew had a blast on Saturday night at the Barenaked Ladies concert that also featured Jody Raffoul and his bandmates. Andrew got to meet BNL and present them with his cool “Rock On” t-shirts. They were incredibly gracious, and to Andrew’s great surprise, Ed Robertson wore his new “Rock On” shirt during his entire performance. Terry Lesperance and Wes Buckley from Jody’s band also showed off Andrew’s shirts. We would like to thank the Barenaked Ladies, Terry Lesperance, Jody Raffoul, Wes Buckley and the great folks at St. Clair College for helping Andrew have such a great time. We would also like to thank Gene Schilling for many of these very cool pics.www.musicimagesbygene.com

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4 Responses to Barenaked Ladies & Jody Raffoul (and “Rock On” :) in concert.

  1. laura kopacsi says:

    Andrew I hope you get this. You are truly an inspiration. My daughter Lindsay who has Down Syndrome is my hero but wow the things you have accomplished I believe that now I have two heros. (I have been looking at your site and my goodness you are busy and productive!).

    Lindsay also has had a lot of medical issues such as leukemia at 7, and has spent a lot of time in the hospital. She is 23 now and attends Crossing All Bridges Learning Centre and has so many friends. Music is her world especially Michael Jackson and Lady Gaga I am so glad that she’s here and never forget it.
    I have another daughter Chelsea, age25 who has asperger’s syndrome but in spite of her challenges she too attended college on an IEP. She is now a graphic designer and I am very proud of her.

    Keep up the great work,

    All the best
    Laura Kopacsi

    • Karen says:

      Laura, it sounds like you have accomplished many great things with your girls.
      Thank you for contacting us and we hope that you continue to enjoy Andrew’s accomplishments as much as Lindsay’s and Chelsea’s.
      Congratulations to all of you.

      Karen (Andrew’s mom)

    • Karen says:

      Hello Laura, thank you for posting on Andrew’s website. We are so happy that he can inspire others to work towards goals and dreams. We make adjustments with the idea so that it can be attained at his level so he enjoys every moment of it. It sounds like your family is doing the same without hesitation. 🙂

      Keep in touch and all the best with your family.
      Karen (Andrew’s mom)

      • Auth says:

        Andrew I hope you get this. You are truly an inspiration. My aeguhtdr Lindsay who has Down Syndrome is my hero but wow the things you have accomplished I believe that now I have two heros. (I have been looking at your site and my goodness you are busy and productive!).Lindsay also has had a lot of medical issues such as leukemia at 7, and has spent a lot of time in the hospital. She is 23 now and attends Crossing All Bridges Learning Centre and has so many friends. Music is her world especially Michael Jackson and Lady Gaga I am so glad that she’s here and never forget it.I have another aeguhtdr Chelsea, age25 who has asperger’s syndrome but in spite of her challenges she too attended college on an IEP. She is now a graphic designer and I am very proud of her.Keep up the great work,All the best Laura Kopacsi