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[[Stewart Copeland]] picks up a new TAMA kit today.
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In his diary Bobby Henry's guitarist Robert Lamb made a note that [[The Police]] got some new gear from Summerfield’s music dealer. This included a new bass for [[Sting]], a 12 string guitar for [[Andy Summers]] and a new TAMA kit for [[Stewart Copeland]].
  
 
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Revision as of 05:50, 20 April 2017


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1979-06-15
1979 summer UK tourprogram.jpg
the program for this UK tour
Performance summary
Artist performing: The Police
Tour: 1978-1979 Outlandos d'Amour Tour
Venue: Top Rank
Location: Sheffield, England, UK
Support acts: Bobby Henry, The Cramps
Ticket prices: 2,00 UK pounds


On 1979-06-15, The Police performed at Top Rank in Sheffield, England, UK.

Setlist

This section needs more information.

Recording information

This section needs more information. Please note if an official or unofficial recording, or recording(s), is known to exist of this performance.

Trivia

In his diary Bobby Henry's guitarist Robert Lamb made a note that The Police got some new gear from Summerfield’s music dealer. This included a new bass for Sting, a 12 string guitar for Andy Summers and a new TAMA kit for Stewart Copeland.

See also

This section needs more information.

External links

This section needs more information.

References

source: ticket, UK tour ads, Stewart Copeland's diary, Roberz Lamb's diary


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