BLUEBIRD: Equipment Stolen!
Los Angeles-based BLUEBIRD, featuring former AMEN guitarist Paul Figueroa, have had musical equipment stolen from their tour van while touring the U.K. with HELL IS FOR HEROES. The band's van was reportedly broken into in Leeds on Monday night (April 28) and over $8,000 worth of instruments was removed.
The band will be continuing the tour using borrowed equipment. However, they are asking anyone that can supply information about the whereabouts of the stolen items to contact [email protected] or [email protected]
The stolen items were as follows:
Fender Telecaster (American standard) sunburst.
Fender Telecaster (Squire serial #sqo1729) black finish
Fagstrom Superswede red nicked finish
Sony digital camera in black bag with US power adapter
Soundmaster silver DVD player.
BLUEBIRD's remaining tour dates:
May 01 – London, UK @ Astoria
May 02 - Wolverhampton, UK @ Wulfrun Hall
May 03 - Dublin, IRE @ Music Centre
May 04 - Cork, UK @ Fred Zeppelin
May 06 - Portsmouth, UK @ Pyramid
May 07 - Cardiff, UK @ MS1
May 08 - Manchester, UK @ Academy
May 21 - London, UK @ Metro
May 22 - Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
May 23 - Glasgow, UK @ Cat House
May 24 - Middlesborough, UK @ Empire
May 25 - Nottingham, UK @ Old Angel
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