PXE International
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De La Salle Academy   De La Salle
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George Jackson Academy   George
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The Rockbrokers
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the Rockbrokers are a group of musicians who work at the New York Stock Exchange as stockbrokers, clerks and supervisors.

After a frenzied days work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, traders find many different ways to unwind.  Some head for the gym, some rush to the golf course, while others stroll over to one of the many taverns in the Wall Street area.  Another group of brokers gets together after work to play rock & roll...these guys are the ROCKBROKERS.

In the early part of 2000, four brokers from the NYSE (who were playing in different bands) started jamming together once a month.  Joe Bocklet, Brian Egan, Tom Caterina, and Kevin McColgan enjoyed these informal jam sessions so much, they decided to play a gig somewhere.

Mike Berger, Mike Ryan, and Gary DeSouza were added to complete the group.  The band realized there was a huge pool of musical talent in the Wall Streat community, and they needed to find the best way to showcase this talent.  A charity event was the answer, and PXE International, De La Salle Academy and the George Jackson Academy became the children's charities that the Rockbrokers would represent.  In early 2002, the Rockbrokers proudly became The Rockbrokers Foundation, fully recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a charitable organization.

The Rockbrokers Foundation has an unwavering committment to these three charities, as the futures and very lives of children are improved directly by their efforts. They have staged concerts every year since 2000 and have donated more than a half a million dollars to date. In addition to playing several New York venues, the Rockbrokers have performed in Munich, Vienna and Frankfurt.