Toy Hearts equipment stolen

Our British bluegrass buddies Toy Hearts have suffered the ultimate indignity to befall the touring musician.

Last night (4/6) they found all their sound gear stolen in Birmingham (in the UK). Someone broke into their van and took it all.

They are asking anyone in the Birmingham area – and anyone who checks online sites that sell used gear – to keep an eye open for the following:

  • 2 x Mach ‘M.Flex 15’ Powered Speakers
  • 1 X Mackie 12 channel mixing desk in Flight Case
  • Flight Case Rack containing:
    • 2 X Behringer compressors
    • 1 X Yamaha Graphic Equalizer
    • 1 X Berhinger Graphic Equalizer with Feedback Destroyer
    • 1 X Multi – Core 12 + 4 (Not on Reel)
  • Microphones
    • 1 X Neuman KM184
    • 1 X Shure Beta 87
    • 2 x AKG C1000 1 original made in Austria Grey color. 1 newer model Silver color.
    • 2 X Audio Technica MB4000C
    • 2 X Shure SM 58
  • Large Tool Box Containing Leads/Speaker Cables/PA Power Cables/ Mike Clips/Tools etc

The band can be reached via Facebook or their web site.

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John Lawless

John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.