ENCHANT To Record Live CD, DVD

February 20, 2004

Bay Area prog-rockers ENCHANT will be recording a double live CD and a full-length DVD on March 13 at I-Musicast in Oakland, California.

The band will be playing more than two hours' worth of material spanning their entire catalog. In addition, they are going to be filming fan interviews for inclusion on the DVD.

Tickets are $20. Show starts at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. I-Musicast is located at 5429 Telegraph Ave in Oakland.

ENCHANT's most recent studio album, "Tug Of War", was released last July through Inside Out Music. The 10-song opus was again produced by guitarist Doug Ott and mixed by Tom Size, who had previously worked with MR. BIG, SAMMY HAGAR and Y&T, among many others.

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