Stockholm Syndrome Benefit For Legendary Drummer

Stockholm Syndrome will perform two benefit shows for fellow musician Wally Ingram. Ingram was recently diagnosed with throat and neck cancer. Wally has undergone surgery and chemotherapy treatment and is responding well.

Stockholm Syndrome, the band comprised of Widespread Panic bass player Dave Schools and writer-artist Jerry Joseph of the Jackmormons along with Eric McFadden, Wally Ingram, and Danny Dziuk, released their first LP entitled Holy Happy Hour in 2004. The LP was produced by Dave Schools and recorded by Terry Manning at Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas.

The benefit shows are scheduled for Friday, February 9th and Saturday, February 10th at the
The Independent in San Francisco, CA.

The Benefit for Wally Ingram and Sweet Relief Presents Stockholm Syndrome

Friday, Feb 09, 2007 9:00 PM PST (8:30 PM Doors)
and Saturday, February 10 at 9:00 PM (8:30 PM doors)

General Admission - $25.00

Friends of Wally GA Access - Includes a Commemorative Poster - $40.00

VIP Access - Includes a Signed Commemorative Poster and Horderves - $100.00

Tickets on Sale now and can be purchased here.