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The Trespassers

The Trespassers

It’s time for the first ever Music Sumo CD giveaway featuring music from The Trespassers! Starting on Friday, June 29th, Music Sumo will be giving fans the opportunity to sign up and win a copy of The Trespassers’, The High Lonesome Rambler. The contest will run for approximately two weeks after which a winner will be announced and recieve the CD along with some other cool gifts from Music Sumo. For more information and to sign up for the giveaway please visit the “Giveaways” tab on the Music Sumo Facebook Page, and don’t forget to “like” us while you are there!!

Good luck, and much love from Music Sumo!!

***WINNER!!!***

I would like to thank all 137 of you for participating in Music Sumo’s first CD Giveaway. Unfortunately, there can only be one winner though, and that winner is Michael McLane from Clarks Summit, PA. Congratulations, Michael! The Trespassers’, The High Lonesome Rambler should be on its way to you shortly along with a couple of other Music Sumo goodies! Hope you enjoy the tunes!

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As most of you may have already seen on the Music Sumo Facebook Page, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ guitars were reported stolen from Culver Studios in Southern California on Thursday April 12th while at rehearsals for their up coming tour. The guitars were Petty’s blond 1967 maple 12-string Rickenbacker and his Gibson SGTVJunior, Mike Campbell‘s blue Dusenberg, Ron Blair‘s Fender Broadcaster, and Scott Thurston‘s 1967 Epiphone Sheridan. Collectively, the guitars were said to be worth around $100,000. On their website, the band offered a “no questions asked” $7,500 reward for information leading to the return of the instruments.

Police Chief Don Pedersen said a break in the case came when a 51 year old security guard from the Culver Studios named, Daryl Emmette Washington, pawned one of the guitars at a Hollywood pawn shop for only $250. While I am sure that Tom Petty and the boys are glad to get their instruments back, a message seeking comment from the band’s publicist, Jim Merlis, was not immediately returned.

Have a good tour, guys!