No Mo' Devo

Another Fun Fun Fun dropout

No Mo' Devo

Another kink in F3F: Devo guitarist Bob Mothersbaugh suffered an injury to his right thumb after being cut by a shard of glass, which severed a tendon. The band has regrettably canceled 2010's remaining live dates.

Apparently "favors" have been called in to PM Dawn, Seven Mary Three, Complete, and Clay Aiken, among others, to fill Devo's Sunday night headlining slot. Cults and Margot & the Nuclear So & So's are filling in for recent dropouts Dum Dum Girls and Crocodiles.

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