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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness Set To Host 12th Annual Dear Jack Benefit Concert Saturday Night

Andrew McMahon was diagnosed with Leukemia at just 23 years old. He’s spent the years since then raising funds to help support those affected by this terrible disease.

Carving out a successful career across two+ decades and three projects, McMahon recently chronicled his story with the release of his memoir Three Pianos.

His teen years into his early 20s saw the meteoric success of Something Corporate. From there he moved on to Jack’s Mannequin before launching Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness and breaking out with “Cecelia and the Satelite” in 2014.

Camp Wilderness Fan Access

We’ve seen sold-out tours and popular follow-up albums ever since and McMahon shows no signs of slowing down. His newest project is a fan access platform called Camp Wilderness which aims to offer fans access like never before.

Virtual tickets for the Dear Jack Benefit concert start at $20 and increase with special benefits like autographed posters and t-shirts. To donate by purchasing tickets to the live stream, you can link up here.

Can’t make it? The Three Pianos Tour continues through a December 2nd show in Los Angeles in December. For additional Andrew McMahon updates follow along on Instagram and Twitter.

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