ABOUT Us

HISTORY HOW IT ALL GOT STARTED

PATH is a family of fans and artists committed equally to Broadway and Rock & Roll. It is a community of supporters and

artists coming together as one, promoting a good cause, sharing in a common goal and having a BLAST while doing it!

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The PATH Fund, Inc. (Performing Artists That Help) gives artists in many elds an avenue to share their unique talents while helping raise money for charities that benefit arts and entertainment organizations. We are a community of artists, writers, musicians, designers, crew, producers, directors and audience members committed to helping people in need and fostering up-and-coming talent. 501(c)3 organization.

Building on the successful presentation of the annual ROCKERS ON BROADWAY® benefit concert, the PATH creative team has created PATH PRODUCTIONS to produce special and private events, as well as develop and workshop new works in music and theatre. Since the inception of Rockers in 1993, we have raised $500,000 for performing arts charities.

In 1993, The Who’s TOMMY was preparing to open on  Broadway.  One day during rehearsals Pete (Townshend)  approached me about doing a couple of live concerts  around the city.  He wanted the cast to learn what real Rock & Roll felt like, and for a bonus they could perform with him.  He wanted us to have this experience for ourselves, because it would help translate that edgy rock sensibility into our performances. At Pete’s request I gathered the TOMMY  orchestra and formed a band. Once the band was set, I held a company meeting with my fellow cast members and asked them to join in the fun.


The first ROCKERS ON BROADWAY® was held in the Spring of 1993 at the China Club on 75th Street.  In addition to the TOMMY cast and Pete (of course), special guests included Joe Walsh, Linda Perry (4 Non Blondes) and Eddie Vedder.  For me, the experience of singing ‘Pinball Wizard’ next to Pete that night changed me forever. It was extraordinary. Really, who  doesn’t want to feel like a Rock Star…at least once?   Every year I hope to share that same feeling with the  wonderful performers who donate their time and talent, while continuing to make a difference to our beneficiaries.


--Donnie Kehr, Founder and Executive Director

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