New Found Glory Drummer Breaks Arm At New York Show

Drummer for tourmates Rx Bandits to fill in for NFG's Cyrus Bolooki.

New Found Glory drummer Cyrus Bolooki suffered a broken arm during a show at New York's Roseland Ballroom on Sunday.

While exiting the stage after the pop-punk quintet finished the last song of its encore, Bolooki misjudged a step and fell backwards, according to the band's MCA Records publicist. He's been sidelined for the remaining 19 dates of the band's U.S. tour, but will continue to keep his bandmates company on the road.

New Found Glory will not miss any dates as a result of their drummer's injury. Chris Tsagakis of Rx Bandits, one of three other groups on the trek, will take Bolooki's place behind the kit.

NFG are also touring with New York hardcore vets H2O and are doing select dates with River City High. The jaunt continues Tuesday (October 30) at the Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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