Monday, August 31, 2020

The DragonCast Chats it up with Chester Rushing

Chester Rushing on The DragonCast
The Dragoncast welcomes stand up bro, Chester Rushing

Hey there. I had the pleasure of chatting it up with Chester Rushing during The Dragoncast Podcast this weekend and let me tell you, this guy, Chester, is a stand up dude. Chester is from Stranger Things fame (plays Tommy in season 1 & 2), is a musician, and does community work through Twitch streaming and music therapy for autistic children. Dude... how awesome is that?! 

I'm big on doing work for the community and Chester gains extra brownie points in my book for continuing his work in his community. He streams on Twitch and plays with kids to raise funds for organizations, such as the Make-A-Wish foundation. With all the crap that's going on in this world right now, we need guys like Chester to use their platforms and their voices to make the world a better place, even if it's just for one person at a time. And speaking of using your voice, he works with autistic children to help them find their voice through music. How amazing is that? Everyone has a voice and autistic children have a hard time communicating so I find it simply cool as f*** that Chester gives his time and uses his talent as a musician to help these kids find their voice.

Chester also gets extra, extra brownie points for being a hard rock/metal fan. I just so happened to be wearing my Metallica shirt during our podcast but it's nice to find friends that share my passion in music. Look... I can go on and on about our conversation with Chester and what makes him great, but it's better if you just tune in to this week's show of The Dragoncast and find out yourself. Video to the show is below, friends... and Chester, it was awesome chatting it up with you, thanks for hanging out with Brian and I, and hope you can find the time, once again, to hang out with us soon. Take care! Later!

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