When 18-year-old Zach Sobiech died of cancer in 2013, he left his music with the world. His single "Clouds" topped the Billboard charts and now his mother Laura joins to talk about her new memoir "Fly A Little Higher," Zach's legacy and more.
Here I give you the seven lessons I learned through Zach's life and death. They're lessons that can be applied in our lives today and everyday, and with practice, have the potential to change who we are. This is who Zach was.
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In the crowd were Sobiech's parents, Laura and Rob Sobiech, and his girlfriend, Amy Adamle. Watch the incredible performance
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It won’t be long now, it won’t be long now.” Sobiech’s story helped raise more than $100,000 for cancer research into osteosarcoma
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We can't think of a more perfect way to showcase Zach Sobiech's beautiful song, "Clouds," than this YouTube tribute. Uploaded
Zach Sobiech was someone many of you never heard of a few months ago.. At the tender age of 14, Zach was stricken with an absolutely vicious cancer called osteosarcoma. After his last round, he went in for his check-up... expecting to hear good news. What he got was something out of a nightmare.
You were determined to express yourself in your last months through music, writing and recording, the song "Clouds," in order to say goodbye to your family, your friends, your girlfriend and to inspire others to not fear death.