Joy Division original members Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris would like to lend their voice of support to Deborah and Natalie Curtis, who have been caused great distress over media reporting of the sale of the table originally owned by the family, and currently being auctioned on eBay. Deborah and Natalie would like to point out that the sale of this table has nothing whatsoever to do with them. The table was sold along with the house in 1980 and Natalie has never signed any authentication document. Furthermore, they consider the sale of a personal family item, and the subsequent media reporting, to be distasteful...
Included with the Table are confirmation of authenticity from Natalie Curtis, Debbie Curtis, Marco from Joy Division Central and Vicky Morgan. Also there is a four page print from a web site with pics taken inside 77 Barton Street when it was a B and B and a picture of Dorothy Smith.
Rock for Health is having a couple auctions where you can win VIP passes and more for Warped Tour. Proceeds will be going towards getting health care for the band listed in each specific auction. More info can be found in the replies.
The Wonder Years are auctioning off a limited edition test press of their latest EP Won't Be Pathetic Forever. You can bid on the item here. All proceeds go to the Syrentha Savio Endowment fund, an organization started to help women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Doghouse Records discovered five The All-American Rejectsmessenger bags after cleaning out their offices; they're currently selling three of them on eBay. These are super rare and out-of-print, so here's your chance to score one.