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Ernie Boch Jr. takes it on the chin for a good cause

Bill Brett for The Boston Globe

Ernie Boch Jr. (left) and Joel McHale at the “Rockin’ Roast.’’

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There’s got to be an easier way to raise money. Car dealer Ernie Boch Jr. was roasted by some of his boldfaced friends Thursday in a benefit for Right Turn, the Arlington-based drug-and-alcohol treatment center founded by Del Fuegos drummer Woody Giessmann. Dubbed the “Rockin’ Roast,’’ the lineup for the laugh riot at Quixote Sound Stages in Allston included comedian-actor Joel McHale, former Extreme drummer Paul Geary, NECN’s Jim Braude, the Andelman brothers, and celebrity chef Ming Tsai, among others.

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