Wayne Kramer recently released Lexington, his foray into jazz recording. If you haven't heard the album yet, take time to listen. It brings the spirit of the MC5 into the realm of free jazz. Wayne's looking to tour behind the album, and to raise money for touring, he's decided to sell off some of his memorabilia that has been sitting in storage for years. Beyond the typical $10 album download, he's offering autographed bobble heads, promo photos of the MC5, vintage posters, rare t-shirts, private concerts, and more. He's even selling an autographed mug shot and posters from an MC5/Iggy & the Stooges 2007 French show. Quantities are extremely limited (most have 5 or less items available) so you'll want to check it out ASAP. A portion of all pledges will also go to Jail Guitar Doors, the charity he founded with Billy Bragg to bring guitars to prisoners to help aid rehabilitation. You can check out Wayne Kramer's Pledgemusic campaign here. To find out more about Jail Guitar Doors, you can find their website here.