Help Out Lance Hahn

Lance Hahn needs your help!

Update: It was reported Sunday that Lance Hahn passed away after a long battle with kidney disease. As a writer, musician, and human being, he will be missed.

J-Church guitarist Lance Hahn was back in the hospital as of Friday, making the Beerland benefit held last Sunday an especially crucial one. Hahn had undergone surgery for ongoing heart and kidney problems and eventually will need a kidney transplant but, like many Austin musicians, he doesn't have reliable health insurance and medical bills are mounting. His No Idea Records label has put out a benefit album, and you can also donate at various Vulcan Videos around town.

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