I had one exchange with Chester in my life in 2007 in Toronto at the Project Revolution show. I caught up him in the VIP area for ticket holders signing autographs. I'm 19, wasted/star struck and i approached himself and thanked him for the music and said it would mean the world to me if he shook my hand ( corny in hindsight but hey i was 19). He looked up, smiled, said thank you, shook my hand with both of his hands, signed the autograph then went backstage. I'm staring at that ticket right now with his signature "chaz" on it and i'm fighting the urge to not cry right now. I've been speechless all morning and afternoon. Linkin Park and Chester's voice specifically was an anchor in my life (God I hate writing this in past tense). He screamed so I didn't have to. I am forever grateful for the comfort and escape he gave me when i had no one to turn to for guidance, help, or comfort. Sad day. To anyone in the Linkin Park community who are battling similar issues internally. Stay strong. Life is beautiful. RIP Chester. I love you brother. Rest now. To the rest of the band, we are with you no matter what project you work on next. The LP community will alway support you.