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Colorado Music Hall of Fame artifacts stolen: Flash Cadillac guitar, gold record and more

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According to G. Brown, Colorado Music Hall of Fame director and curator, thieves broke into the warehouse in unincorporated Adams County where the permanent 16' x 7' exhibits (see below) were being made, and helped themselves to some artifacts, namely a signature Fender Strat belonging to Sam McFadin of Flash Cadillac, a gold record belonging to Warren Knight that the outfit earned for the American Graffiti soundtrack and a leather jacket and shark mask that belonged to Linn "Spike" Phillips III.

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Dave Herrera
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