The Stone Foxes Stolen Gear Fund

Popular Bay Area Band, The Stone Foxes, got jacked!! After just starting their tour The Stone Foxes were traveling through Garland, Texas when their van, trailer and all of their gear was stolen! They’re working with the local police to try and locate their stuff but in the meantime we would like to raise money to help get them through this terrible situation and replace their gear so they can get back on the road and keep on rockin’! Unfortunately, their insurance won't cover the loss so please give what you can. We know they appreciate the help greatly and have vowed to return any money they don't have to use once they replace their gear.
-Paul McCaffrey

Here is a message from the band....

On our way across the country playing music, we’ve had our van and trailer stolen outside of Dallas.  The trailer contained nearly every piece of music gear we own and have been collecting throughout our careers.  All of those instruments, amps, cables and pedals are the tools that we use to give 110% every night, on stage and in the studio.  Our insurance can’t cover the incident, so we’re asking for your help to get us back on the road so we can do what we love most in the world, playing music for you.
    It can be a very dark day when you wake up and realize that all of your beloved instruments are gone, in fact, it sucks.  But all of the positive thoughts and well wishes have been incredible, and your uplifting attitudes have been a huge shot of love!  All we want to is to get back out there, continue the tour, and keep playing for you with every ounce of passion and energy (and sweat) that we have.   

We couldn’t make the music without you, and we can’t thank you enough for the support!


  • Sarah Pihl Segal 
    • $100 
    • 46 mos
  • Ramon Perez 
    • $5 
    • 47 mos
  • Ramon Perez 
    • $40 
    • 47 mos
  • CYNTHIA REDDENHALL  
    • $20 
    • 48 mos
  • Phillip Sherwood 
    • $100 
    • 48 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Paul McCaffrey 
Organizer
San Rafael, CA
Shannon Koehler 
Beneficiary