British rockers Brakes have promised to play a private concert in the home of anyone who provides information leading to the safe return of a guitar lost at the Glastonbury Festival in England last weekend (22-24Jun07).
Guitarist Eamon Hamilton left his Gewa Tennessee Bluesbird instrument lying in the mud outside the Leftfield Tent at the festival in the early hours of Sunday (24Jun07) morning.
Although the guitar - which was in a black case with a Bronze Ace microphone pick-up - isn't worth much money, it has huge sentimental value for Hamilton, who wrote many of Brakes songs on it.
Anyone with any information regarding the missing instrument should contact the band's record label Rough Trade, reports website NME.com.
Hamilton started the band as a side project in 2002, and despite British Sea Power's recent chart success, he has decided to concentrate on Brakes.
A statement from British Sea Power reads, "Due to the ongoing success of his other band, Brakes, BSP keyboardist Eamon has now left BSP to pursue Brakes glory full-time. All remains fully amicable between the five men of BSP past and present.
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