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Sheila E. donates her drum set to Fresno band that had gear stolen in Santa Ana

SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) — Drummer Sheila E. came to the rescue of a Fresno band after someone stole all their equipment when they played in Santa Ana Friday night.

The music star met members of Valkyrie Missile after making a phone call they’ll never forget.

“We were super mind blown, like, ‘Is this really happening right now?'” said Nathan Castaneda. “Like, this person’s talking to us.”

Members of Valkyrie Missile performed in Santa Ana last week and were scheduled to start a tour, but an SUV and a trailer carrying their drums, guitars and other equipment were stolen from a hotel parking lot.

The young band members were devastated . . .

Read more by Amy Powell at ABC7

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