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When we hear a story about fame and success leading to depression, it may be hard to relate. But it touches on a universal problem we all face when we seek outside approval. Local singer-songwriter Rocky Votolato was an accomplished musician, touring 200 days a year, when he decided to quit, go home and hole up in his room. He didn't create any new music for two years. He contemplated suicide. In this interview and studio performance, Rocky Votolato tells Jeremy Richards how he finally came out of his depression and worked through it on his new album, "True Devotion."

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