Exoneree Band Rocks it out in Cleveland

Exoneree Band2The Exoneree Band performed live last week in guitarist Raymond Towler’s hometown, Cleveland, Ohio. Among the concert attendees were several students from the Ohio Innocence Project who traveled from Cincinnati to Cleveland to see the band play. The band features Raymond Towler (Ohio) on guitar; William Michael Dillon (Florida) on guitar and vocals; Antoine Day (Illinois) on vocals and drums; Eddie Lowery (Kansas) guitar and vocals; Ted Bradford (Washington) on bass; and Alan Northrop (Washington) drums. Each member was once imprisoned for a crime they did not commit. Collectively, they served over 100 years for these crimes before being exonerated.

2 responses to “Exoneree Band Rocks it out in Cleveland

  1. Ray Towler. One of the finest men I’ve ever met.

  2. Bill Dillon. One of the finest men I’ve met and an amazing singer. Brought down the house at the Atlanta Innocence Network Conference, 2010, with the song he wrote and sung, “Black Robes and Lawyers”.

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