Tuff frontman Stevie Rachelle suffers arm injury while hanging backdrop during Monsters of Rock Cruise
Doing roadie type work can be dangerous as Tuff frontman Stevie Rachelle can attest to. The Metal Sludge principal suffered an injury to his right arm while trying to hand a backdrop for one of Tuff‘s shows at the Monsters of Rock Cruise that is taking place from February 9 to 13, 2022.
Rachelle‘s Instagram post yesterday indicates:
“So yeah.., I ended up in the Ship’s Hospital E.R. after our show for about 2 hours as they did X-rays, and various other tests to make sure my arm wasn’t broke or fractured.
It’s not, but it’s def not normal either.. along with my wrist, lower left leg, etc..
I was hanging our backdrop and fell off a road case while zip tying our backdrop to the lighting truss.
No concussion but I def took a gnarly fall flat onto a road case and monitor wedge behind the drum kit.
My arm is well, pretty mangled.
Speaking exclusively to Sleaze Roxx, Rachelle also provided the following update: “My arm is actually worse tonight… ugh… I think I have to go back to the hospital in the morning… ugh. it’s fucking turning black…”