St. Louis punks both young and old came out to Lemmons Sunday night for a show benefiting Gerry "Ayatollah of Rock & Rollah" Lundquist, trombonist of local ska-punk heroes MU330 and their Dill Records / Asian Man co-patriots, Skankin' Pickle. Live sets by the Unmutuals, the Scam, the Haddonfields and one-off group Gerry's Kidz (get it?) kept the crowd entertained and raffles from Pabst, Trader Bob's Tattoo and more helped to raise money for Gerry's mounting medical bills. Our own Jason Stoff was in the house snapping pictures; check out the highlights below.
Also, be sure to check out full slideshow here: Gerry Lundquist Benefit at Lemmons.
Full slideshow here: Gerry Lundquist Benefit at Lemmons
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