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April 2, 2013

BEAM: Spinning yarns into solid gold

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“It’s very humbling. In my head, it’s slightly intimidating, but working with them is not intimidating,” Matt said. “And when I look at the list of people they have worked with, I’m amazed. These are people I’ve known all my life. It’s like wow. I’m with the veterans of rock ‘n’ roll.”

And although he’s resided in Bloomington for the past 10 years, things might be looking a little sunnier for Mr. Gold as a move to the West Coast may be in the near future. But for now, he’s excited to have the opportunity to make this new album and continue singing and song writing full-time. 

“I feel that it’s where I am supposed to be,” Matt said. “I feel this is what is supposed to be happening.” 

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