E Street band member Nils Lofgren has had his guitars stolen in a robbery in West Oak Cliff, Texas earlier this week (March 29).
Four guitars and an electric harp were taken from a van parked outside a Holiday Inn Express in the Dallas suburb.
Posting on Twitter, Lofgren wrote: “I am devastated by this robbery. These are my first shows out after a very difficult year.” Lofgren noticed the instruments missing on Friday morning, when he approached the van to find his three Takamine acoustic guitars, electric Fender Stratocaster, and electric harp all missing from the van.
“It won’t be the show I was planning on,” he continued on Twitter. “However, I do plan on taking the roof off.” You can see the tweets below.
I’m am devastated by this robbery. These are my first shows out after a very difficult year. Please consider a retweet. Alas, the show must go on. @KesslerTheater it won’t be the show I was planning on. However I do plan on taking the roof off. https://t.co/ZTopXD7grQ
— Nils Lofgren (@nilslofgren) March 30, 2018
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‘Human Touch’, ‘Lucky Town’ (both released in 1992) and ‘The Ghost of Tom Joad’ (1995) will also be part of the box set, along with the 1993 live album ‘In Concert/MTV Plugged‘.
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The box set will also contain a 60-page booklet, Springsteen memorabilia and newspaper clippings from the era in question.