AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE: Emergency Surgery Forces Postponement Of Benefit Gig
According to a posting on AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE's official web site, the band were forced to postpone their benefit show for the family of former AHC guitarist Bryan Ottoson, who died in April from a prescription drug overdose while the band was on tour with MUDVAYNE. The concert was postponed "due to an emergency hand surgery needed for bassist Chad Hanks."
As previously reported, St. Paul Pioneer Press reported last week that a vandal last Wednesday stole $15,000 worth of high-end amps and other gear from AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE's trailer, which was parked outside of their rehearsal space in Minneapolis.
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