Sean Mackin (Yellowcard) opens up about touring with cancer and how much money his band actually makes

Sean Mackin of Yellowcard recently stopped by Dan “Soupy” Campbell’s (The Wonder Years) new artist-on-artist YouTube series, Talking with Soup, to discuss what it was like to tour while being diagnosed with thyroid cancer, what he did during his band’s off-period, and addresses the perception of Yellowcard’s success. Here’s a direct quote from Mackin:

“There was a time in our career where Yellowcard was making a lot of money, but it was a very small amount of time – it was about a year and a half, maybe two years. Over 12 years that ends up averaging out. I was relatively smart with my money, I put some away … when we took a hiatus I sold cars for three and a half years, and on average, I made more money per year selling cars than I did in the music business.”

You can check out the full interview below.

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