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Two touring bands had their van damaged into and roughly $7,500 in musical gear stolen after enjoying reveals in Boston.
Philadelphia’s Kississippi and Albany’s Prince Daddy & The Hyena posted on-line notes this afternoon detailing their losses, which incorporates guitars, keyboards, different gear, glassware, and merchandise. Kississippi performed a present Thursday evening (January 17) at Northeastern’s Afterhours, whereas Prince Daddy & The Hyena performed East Coast Customs in Somerville on Friday (January 18).
“rip to my lil donut 😓” writes Kississippi’s Zoe Reynolds on Fb. “we had been within the allston space when this occurred so pls be secure together with your gear y’all! i misplaced some issues that had been so particular to me. if anybody needs to assist me save as much as exchange a few of these issues, be happy to pay what you need for considered one of my releases on bandcamp. in any other case, if pals in boston might please hold a watch out it might imply the world to me.”
Kississippi additionally state that anybody who has already bought their albums on Bandcamp however nonetheless needs to contribute to their restoration fund could make a donation on to their PayPal at [email protected]
Try the record of stolen gadgets under, and you’ll want to hold a watch out on Craigslist and second-hand retailers across the Boston space.