Gin Blossoms Return to Ardent

Memphis, TN (May 1, 2006)--Power pop alternative band The Gin Blossoms have returned to Memphis' Ardent Studios, the home of many of their hits, to work on their upcoming album.
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Memphis, TN (May 1, 2006)--Power pop alternative band The Gin Blossoms have returned to Memphis' Ardent Studios, the home of many of their hits, to work on their upcoming album.
Pictured during sessions are (l-r): lead vocalist Robin Wilson, Hybrid Records president Al Cafaro, guitarist Scott Johnson, engineer/co-producer John Hampton, assistant engineer Curry Weber, manager Doug Merrick, and guitarist/background vocalist Jesse Valenzuela.Engineer John Hampton, who produced two previous albums (1992's New Miserable Experience and 1996's Congratulations, I'm Sorry) was back at the console with assistant engineer Curry Weber. Hampton is co-producing with Jesse Valenzuela the as-yet-untitled album, slated for June release.

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