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Phil Jamieson & Co. ‘Rock N Ride’ for Headspace

Written by Marc Zanotti on January 4, 2013

Grinspoon frontman Phil Jamieson will be among the musicians and personalities that are taking to the road to raise awareness for youth mental health. As reported by triple j, Jamieson will be part of ‘Rock N Ride‘, an initiative by Headspace.

‘Rock N Ride’ will see the likes of Jamieson, Paul Mac, Chris Joannou of Silverchair, NRL star Nathan Hindmarsh, and comedian Merrick Watts ride for five days across four states.

The ‘Rock N Ride’ team will be checking into Headspace centres and regional areas in QLD, NSW, VIC and SA to help raise awareness for youth mental health issues such as drug and alcohol abuse, bullying, depression and anxiety.

The awareness tour will begin Sunday, 20 January on the Gold Coast and will conclude in Adelaide on Friday, 25 January.

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