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Gerry Lundquist Benefit at Lemmons 

To help cover medical expenses for Gerry Lundquist, beloved trombonist of ska-punk pioneers Mu330 and Skankin' Pickle, his friends put on a benefit for the "Ayatolla of Rock n'Rollah" on Sunday, January 13, 2012 at Lemmons (5800 Gravois Avenue.) The Scam, the Haddonfields and the Unmutuals all performed. "We just want to help a guy who has never asked for a help," says organizer Justin Deming. Photos by Jason Stoff for the Riverfront Times.

See Also:
- Lemmon's to Host Benefit for Gerry Lundquist of MU330 and Skankin' Pickle
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The man of the hour, Gerry Lundquist, on the right.
Organizer Justin Deming shows off a guitar, which was raffled off to raise money to cover Lundquist's medical bills.
Rob Bell, fellow Mu330 trombonist, on the left.
Organizers sold raffle tickets for various items and gifts donated from local businesses such as Trader Bob's Tattoos, The Royale and Joanie's Pizzeria.
"Don't put my photo on Facebook."
The raffle winners were asked to come up on stage and claim their prizes.
For not playing a show since 2011, The Unmutuals sounded nice and tight.
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The man of the hour, Gerry Lundquist, on the right.
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