Tanner Seebaum was a teen here in Denver who loved music and wanted to be a famous d-j one day. and, when things got tough it was the perfect outlet to soothe his pain. As a toddler, Tanner was diagnosed with brain cancer. He lived 8 years in remission until the age of fifteen when his tumor returned. This time, doctors couldn't operate on it. He passed away right before his 17th birthday. His last wish was to d-j at one of the biggest pool parties on earth held at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas.
Tanner rocked it out and now there's a documentary about his famous gig and his fight with brain cancer. Tanner's dad Matthew Seebaum join us now, who's also the executive producer on the documentary called “Beats for Tanner."