EODM Crew Member Killed In Paris Attack Honor With T-Shirt

11/19/2015
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(Classic Rock) Saxon have created a t-shirt in memory of merchandise seller Nick Alexander who was murdered in last week's Paris terror attacks. Alexander, 36 and from Colchester, was working the Eagles Of Death Metal's merch desk on Friday night at the city's Bataclan venue when gunmen and suicide bombers attacked, killing 89 people as part of a coordinated series of incidents across the French capital which left a total of 129 people dead and hundreds more injured.

Alexander worked with a string of other bands, including Saxon, who have launched the new t-shirt and vowed to donate proceeds to a cause approved by Nick's family.

Saxon say: "Nick was a well respected merchandise manager who has worked with many bands worldwide, including Saxon, and will be sorely missed by many friends and colleagues on the road. All profits from the sale of this t-shirt will be donated to a charitable trust as instructed by Nick's family."

The t-shirt includes the an image of a horseman carrying the French tricolour flag and the French motto of 'liberte, egalite, fraternite,' which translates as liberty, equality, fraternity. Read more here.

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