SKEW SISKIN Singer Offers Reward For Stolen Jacket
SKEW SISKIN singer Nina C. Alice had her customized denim jacket (worth about 400 euros) stolen from the Planet Music stage in Vienna, Austria. "It's blotchy brown in colour; has black fake fur on the collar; a badge with '"666' on it; patches on the sleeves with 'I am a fucking genius', a black '8' ball (table pool) and 'More Human Than Human'; some black leather stripes on the front; and a small silver chain hanging from a front pocket button-hole," reads a posting on the group's web site. "Nina wants it back badly, as it has personal value. If anyone knows its whereabouts, or sees someone wearing it, please get it back and send it to:
c/o ULFTONE MUSIC
"You'll be rewarded handsomely from SKEW SISKIN: a backstage pass for two shows, time spent with Nina for two hours (dinner, Q's & A's, photos etc), get a free CD, be a VIP for the whole day, watch the show from the side of the stage and, of course, get your money back for sending the jacket to Ulftone Music!"
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