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Re: gear stolen in Las Vegas
Very sad. The Mermen are a fantastic band as well as being nice folks,
and this breaks my heart. There are folks that target touring
bands specifically and follow them around waiting for their chance (the
Pixies and Sonic Youth, for example, have had their ALL their
gear stolen in the past while on tour). When I go on the road, I'm always
the hardcase who demand hat ALL the gear be loaded into
where we are sleeping. Lot's of grumbling, but I've still got most of my
gear. I've also slept in the van/station wagon with the gear when
necessary. You simply can't chance it. Gear grows legs and walks away
From: "Edwin Hurwitz" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: gear stolen in Las Vegas
Date: Sat, 28 May 2005 12:06:52 -0600
> This is true, but what do you do? Load in everything into a hotel
> room? Sleep in the trailer? For everyone out on the road, get your
> stuff insured and if you bring something unreplaceable, don't let
> it out of your sight! I am about to get into a converted airporter
> to do some traveling and playing (with some looping, of course!)
> and I am hoping that if I assume that everything will get ripped
> off, I will be disappointed.
> At 2:45 AM -0700 5/28/05, Travis Hartnett wrote:
> > And it won't be the last time a band's U-Haul trailer is ripped off.
> > Those things are a bad idea. You can't leave gear outside unattended
> > for any period of time.
> > On 5/28/05, SP Goodman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> This isn't the first time gear was stolen from a band working at the
> >> Rock in LV.
> -- Edwin Hurwitz
> Boulder CO
> http://www.cafemontalban.com Location Recording Services
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