Jimmy McCulloch breaks his finger

Late March 1976

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From Jimmy McCulloch – May 3rd, 1976. The massive Wings Over… | Facebook – May 3rd, 1976. The massive Wings Over America tour begins in Fort Worth, Texas, having been delayed thanks to Jimmy McCulloch’s broken finger sustained in late March after the band’s gig in Paris, France. “Recently he literally stopped the Wings American tour with one tiny finger. He injured his left hand which had to be kept in plaster for three weeks, causing Wings to rearrange their mammoth US tour. Not many 22 year olds could brag about that.”
From Melody Maker – April 10, 1976

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