Facebook R&B crooner Mario has been relatively quiet on the music front for…
- Posted on Jan 8th 2010 7:45AM by Julian Marszalek
The band has now received some good news after the missing gear was recovered -- in a barn in Lincolnshire. It transpires that the barn's owner was persuaded to stash the gear after the thieves - who were subsequently arrested - encountered problems with their getaway vehicle.
When the thieves failed to show up to retrieve the stolen equipment, the barn's owner became somewhat suspicious and the stencilled 'Noah and the Whale' lettering on the flight cases gave the game away.
The suspected thieves have been arrested on suspicion of handling stolen goods and have been bailed until Jan. 23.
Noah and the Whale will play their biggest headlining gig to date when they play London's legendary Roundhouse venue on Mar. 12 before embarking on a 10-date tour of France four days later.