“Let’s Get This Lady Her Goods Back”

In July 2014, the Tempe, Arizona, band The Black Moods toured throughout Texas. While getting gasoline in Tyler, Texas, they found a woman’s wallet on top of a gas pump. The woman had been travelling from Seattle, Washington, to Austin, Texas, and her wallet was filled with cash and credit cards. Lead singer Josh Kennedy said, “It was like a challenge for us, like ‘let’s get this lady her goods back,’ you know.” By using Facebook, they located her and were able to give her wallet to her father in Austin, Texas. Her father said, “You guys, you have no idea how deeply I appreciate this.” He added, “That is so awesome, I literally before I contacted you guys spent the last two hours on the phone with her just crying hysterically, I told her to stop, we’ll figure it out.” Mr. Kennedy said, “Money’s tight, but we’re firm believers in karma, so the last thing we need when we’re out on the road is bad vibes coming our way.”

For More Information: Marc Martinez, “Tempe band returns wallet full of cash while touring in Texas.” KSAZ (Phoenix, Arizona). 22 July 2014

http://tinyurl.com/m55zkaq

For More Information: The Black Moods. Facebook. Accessed 23 July 2014

https://www.facebook.com/theBlackMoods

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