NewsDecember 1, 2002 4:49 PM ET2,594 views

Beloved recording dates pushed back again

Once again, studio dates for Beloved to record their Solid State Records debut have been pushed back. The band was originally supposed to record with Brian McTernan in November. However, due to scheduling conflicts, the band then made plans to record with GGGarth Richardson in late-December. Now, as a result of "bad timing," recording will not take place until mid-January. Unfortunately, the band was to be on tour at that time, so they will now be forced to drop off several dates with Money Bags Gram and Prevent Falls, and additionally, they will also miss the first leg of their tour with Norma Jean and MewithoutYou. At this point, the group has finished their songs and has been demoing the tracks with Noel Hunter and Brian Lewis.



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