McCanna “Mac” Sinise’s love for music began when he was very young. His father, Gary Sinise, explained, “Mac had been playing drums since he was nine years old and was an exceptional drummer. He would substitute for my drummer, Danny Gottlieb, when Danny was unavailable to play our Lt. Dan Band shows.” The “Apollo 13” actor even shared one of these memorable shows on Instagram, when Mac had joined him on stage to play the drums. Unfortunately, due to his cancer diagnosis, Mac eventually became paralyzed from the chest down and was unable to play the drums, per Gary Sinise Foundation. But even his physical disabilities did not stop his love for music.

According to Gary’s website, Mac began working with musical collaborators to create “Arctic Circles,” which eventually became the album “Resurrection & Revival.” Mac would go into the studio to work on tracks and even found a way to play a new instrument — the harmonica. Gary revealed that days before his passing, Mac was at his happiest when he could show people the music he made. “[He] was so happy when they [the hospital staff] would go to his YouTube Channel to see the music videos,” the proud father said. “He was smiling and filled with joy when he would hear them sharing how moved they were by the music.” Despite his heartbreaking death, Mac’s music lives on as his album “Resurrection & Revival” is available to preorder.



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