Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have equipment stolen

Band lose kit after one of their lockers was broken into

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have equipment stolen
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have had a number of guitars stolen after one of their lockers was broken into.

Much of what was stolen belonged to Michael Been, the band's soundman and father of singer/bassist Robert Levon Been.

Reporting the news on the group's website BlackRebelMotorcycle.com, the group have appealed to fans for information in hope that the equipment may be recovered.

The following kit was stolen:

Fender 1954 Esquire (Yellow With Black Pick Guard)
Ampeg 1968 Scroll Top Fretless Bass
Black Fender 1964 Precision Bass
Gretsch Country Gentleman 1968 Single Cutaway


Meanwhile, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are set to release their new album 'Beat The Devil's Tattoo' on March 8 and will embark on a tour of the UK in April.






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