BLACK 'N BLUE To Continue Touring Despite Stabbing

November 1, 2003

BLACK 'N BLUE are "alive and well" and will continue on with the complete scheduled tour with L.A. GUNS despite the previously reported stabbing of their tour manager Friday (Oct. 31),the group's manager Jeff Keller has confirmed in a statement. According to Keller, none of the members of BLACK 'N BLUE were involved in the incident and the tour manager, Mark Rojas, is doing fine after being sent home to California sent home via plane on Friday. As previously reported, Rojas and the band's bus driver, James Wiggins, were involved in an argument which resulted in Wiggins attacking Rojas with a knife and cutting him on his rib cage and hands.

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