Industrial musicians come together for ‘Thrashnetic’ mental health benefit (Episode 935)

For this episode, I’m joined by Jim Marcus (Die Warzau, Go Fight), Karen Righeimer (Bellhead) and David Schock (concert promoter).

All of them are involved with “Thrashnetic – The Josh Russo Memorial Benefit for Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention,” happening Saturday, April 6, from 4-11 p.m. at X-Ray Arcade in Milwaukee. Check out this line-up:

GoFight (with Sapphira Vee)
Hate Dept.

I haven’t interviewed Jim since long before Car Con Carne existed (over 10 years ago), and this is also a first time for David. Karen’s a returning favorite.

Car Con Carne (a Q101 podcast) is presented by Alex Ross Art. Visit Alex Ross on YouTube (@TheAlexRossArt) to keep up to date with one of the comics industry’s most important and celebrated creators.

I’m teaming up with the American Lung Association to help them save lives!

I’ve committed to climbing the steps at Soldier Field for the Fight For Air climb.

People of all ages and fitness levels climb the stairs to raise awareness and money to end lung disease. I hope you’ll join me and help, because… when you can’t breathe, nothing else matters.

Chicago Fight For Air Climb presented by United Healthcare
Sunday, May 19th
The stadium’s outdoor route snakes up and down the stands, giving climbers a one-of-a-kind perspective of the legendary venue.
As a special offer for my listeners, the Lung Association is giving $10 off your registration when you enter code CARNE at checkout. That’s C-A-R-N-E for $10 off. See you on the stairs!

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