Devo announce rescheduled US tour dates after guitarist 'severs a tendon'

The group will hit the road in March 2011

Devo announce rescheduled US tour dates after guitarist 'severs a tendon'

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DEVO have announced a series of rescheduled US tour dates, after guitarist Bob Mothersbaugh recently suffered a hand injury.

The band were due to start the dates in October, but were forced to postpone the gig-run when Mothersbaugh severed a tendon in his right thumb on a shard of glass.

Kicking off in San Francisco (March 18), the group will then play shows in Los Angeles (19) and Solana Beach (20).

At this point there are no plans to reschedule their cancelled gig in New York or replace their slot at this year's Fun Fun Fun Fest by performing in Austin, Texas, reports SlicingUpEyeballs.com.

DEVO will play the following:

San Francisco, CA Warfield Theater (March 18)
Los Angeles, CA Club Nokia (19)
Solana Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern (20)



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