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Rob Talks To Shaun Of Seether About the Rise Above Fest

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A lot of us have been through, or know someone who’s been through losing a loved one from suicide. Shaun, frontman of Seether, lost his brother to suicide six years ago. Back in 2012, he put on what he dubbed as the “Rise Above Fest” at Bank of NH Pavillion at Meadowbrook and raised over $20,000 towards suicide prevention awareness. He’s doing it again and adding a little extra punch this time around. Seether, Avenged Sevenfold, Motorhead, Hell Yeah and more will take part on May 10th.

Hear Shaun discuss:

  • Why this event is so important to him
  • When we can expect the a new Seether album
  • Seeing people on the west coast dealing with below norm temps

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