Tuesday Express-Alien Ant Farm Recovering From Crash; Sense Field Need Help





Alien Ant Farm have left Spain after their horrific fatal bus crash last week, but not
all four members have made it back to Southern California yet. Frontman Dryden
Mitchell has gone to London for care of his injuries. Mitchell, who of the four,
was the most injured in the crash, is believed to have back injuries and is taking further
medical treatment in the UK. He hopes to finish this course of treatment and be back in the
States by the end of week, injuries permitting. Due to the accident, the band had to cancel
the rest of the dates on the European tour, as well as back out of their US radio show
dates.


In further unhappy news, So Cal rockers Sense Field are pleading for help for the
daughter of guitarist Rodney Sellars. As reported last week here at thetripwire.com,
Sellars was forced to leave the band's tour early to rush home to LA, as his
4-year-old daughter, Lelani, had been thrown from a car in an accident. The
youngster was initially in a coma, but is now responding somewhat to stimuli. The band is
soliciting monetary donations, as well as written cheer and asking that any well-wishers send
checks or money orders to Leilani Gutierrez, c/o Globe Packaging, 179 E. 17th
Street, Box 400, Costa Mesa, CA, 92627. Otherwise, Lelani and the band can be
reached via Rodney and Leilani, c/o Sense Field, 3940 Laurel
Canyon Blvd #165, Studio City, CA, 91604.




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Tuesday Express-Alien Ant Farm Recovering From Crash; Sense Field Need Help