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Fat White Family had their gear stolen in San Francisco

photo: Fat White Family at Levitation 2015 (more by PSquared)

UK psych rockers Fat White Family just wrapped up their North American tour, having played NYC and Levitation fest, but unfortunately it ended with some bad luck in San Francisco. Their van was broken into, and they had gear, a laptop, and more stolen. They write:

Fat White Family and LA Drugz van was broken into at the Travellodge on Market and Valencia last night. $20K or more in gear was stolen.

Please keep your eye out at Oakland Coliseum Swapmeet and Mission area pawn shops for the following

Vintage Baby Blue Dan Electro guitar (Saul)
Green Eastwood guitar (Adam)
Japanese white Fender Mustang bass (Taishi)
Brown Korg CXR Keyboard (Sharif)
Red Suitcase with clothing (Justin)
Purple green backpack with clothing (Saul)
Black suitcase with laptop (Taishi)
Black Bag with clothing (Jack)
Yellow Peli Case with name “Pete Hambly” on it containing microphones (Pete)
Silver suitcase with tools, name “Pete Hambly” on it
Bag with clothing (Jessica)
Yellow Suitcase with clothes (Taishi)

That sucks. Best of luck to the Fat Whites.

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