Back in 2006, Rogue Wave drummer Pat Spurgeon's kidney did what few bodily organs can do: It made national headlines. The East Bay–based musician was actually born with just one kidney, and it nearly killed him in 1993. He received a transplant, but that transplant began collapsing, as they usually do. Spurgeon undertook dialysis and put his name on the California donor list — a list with an average wait of six years. Around the same time, local filmmaker Jim Granato began documenting the Indiana-bred musician's search for a new organ.... More >>>