On Monday morning, thieves broke into the equipment trailer Tracy Lawrence had been towing around the country and stole several items important to the singer's live show. All Access was the first to report the robbery, which occurred just after 4AM PT near Bakersfield, Calif.

Lawrence played a show in Provo, Utah on Saturday, and has more shows scheduled throughout California this weekend. Fortunately for him, a number of good-meaning music companies offered to replace the stolen items, including Robert Keeley of Keeley Electronics, who replaced the gear for a guitar rig.

The Boot reports that others that have promised gear in time for Lawrence's show this Thursday in Bakersfield include Digital Console Rental, Sam Ash Music in Indianapolis Ind. and Glendale Ariz. and Matt Adams of Sweetwater.

There is no word on who the thieves were or how they broke into the trailer, which was parked for the night. Lawerence is best known for his early to mid-90s hits like 'Time Marches On,' 'If the World Had a Front Porch' and 'Alibis.' He also reached No. 1 in 2006 with 'Find Out Who Your Friends Are.'