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How You Can Help David Lamb (Brown Bird)

4:09PM ON 05/17/2013
BY jim almo

david lamb Friends and fans of music duo Brown Bird — David Lamb and MorganEve Swain — are rapidly circulating the distressing news of Dave’s recent hospitalization and treatment for anemia. Here’s what happened and what you can do.

On Friday night, May 10th, following weeks of flu-like symptoms, Dave was admitted to a hospital in buy cheap viagra prescription online Houston with complaints of fatigue and shortness of breath. An initial blood test revealed that he was severely anemic, with dangerously low red blood cell levels. Since being admitted to the hospital he has had several blood transfusions, to which he is responding well, and has undergone several tests to determine what is causing his illness. At this time there is no diagnosis.

MorganEve writes “We will be able to fly home on Saturday to pursue treatment in RI, and will be canceling a large percentage of shows until Dave is well enough to get back on the road. For us, canceling shows means not only disappointing our fans and missing out on what we enjoy most, but also going without income.”

What You Can Do: Donate to the special fundraiser page at

These are two of the kindest people you could hope to meet and are hardworking musicians. Please consider helping them out.

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