In shiny pink pailletkjole and the arm wrapped in plaster, one could last Friday experience the 31-year-old musician Stampede perform in the 'X Factor' with group Echo.
But now goes it not longer. After a bloody accident with a chainsaw has the acclaimed avant-garde artist felt forced to cancel his three upcoming solo concerts.
It informs he is on his Facebook profile.
'It is with great regret that I must cancel my solo concerts here in april and may. I came to the wrong place with a chainsaw in march, and have cut me on the left forearm', he writes in the advertisement.
In the image included with the text, one sees the 31-year-old musician in a white shirt, one arm in a sling and blood stains on the clothes. He stands next to a ladder.
the Stampede appeared with his arm in plaster on Friday to 'X Factor'. Photo: Mogens Flindt
Happily informs he that he will not get serious but of the accident, but in turn have to go with the plaster end of the month.
'Fortunately, I will not get serious but of it, but the arm is in plaster until the end of april and then must be retrained, which makes the piano and guitar playing.'
the Stampede, with the civil name Thorbjørn Radisch Bredkjær, writes that, at present, there are about three shows, which he will have to move, but does not exclude, that in the aftermath of the accident will be several concerts, as he will be forced to cancel.
The canceled concerts are:
12. september Nygadehuset, Aabenraa. the
13. september Tobaksgården, Assens
14. september Harders, Svendborg
the Extra Leaf has been in contact with the Stampede, but he does not want to further elaborate.