Singer Zach Sobiech will perform during a benefit concert Feb. 16 at the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis.
Sobiech will perform with his bandmates Sammy Brown and Reed Redmon (Firm Handshake) and Washington-based singer Vicci Martinez.
During the event, Rock the Cause will also release a digital version of Sobiech and Brown’s new album, "Fix Me Up," the Pioneer Press reports.
Zach recently signed a record deal with BMI; and he and his mother, Laura, are working on a video to accompany the title track of his new album.
Zach, 17, a senior at Stillwater Area High School, has been battling a rare bone cancer since he was diagnosed at age 14. As the disease spreads, doctors have no more effective treatment options to offer him a cure.
With just months to live, Zach turned to music—writing and performing songs as a way to say goodbye to his friends and family.
He embraces every day with hope and joy, and surrounds himself with family and friends, a profile on childrencancer.org reads. Zach still goes to his senior year classes, although he told his teachers that he will skip the homework—and he writes songs for the ones he loves.
“Writing goodbye letters aren’t Zach’s style, so he puts his heart into song lyrics.”
Those lyrics have become an inspiration for millions across the globe.
He wrote the song for his girlfriend, Amy Adamle, of Woodbury.
Tickets for “Up, Up, Up. A Concert for Zach” cost $10 in advance and $15 at the door; and are available through ticketfly.com.
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