by MUSIC NEWS
Beres Hammond’s management has issued an official release following his recent cancelation of a string of concerts in Europe.
The release states “It is with great regret that due to unseen circumstances and last minute challenges that could not be resolved in a timely manner, Beres Hammond and his band were unable to make the journey to the UK to participate in the five concert dates (17th – 21st July 2013).
It continues “Beres Hammond and Harmony House understand the inconvenience and disappointment felt, and sincerely apologize to fans as well as our agent Mr. Gayle.” (End of quote)
But according to the UK promoters Base Incorporated and Bigga Tings; Beres Hammond’s cancelation of the concert dates came after a member of his Band was refused at Immigration and Passport control and was unable to enter into the country.
Music News understands that the tour has gone full speed ahead with supporting acts MORGAN HERITAGE and MARCIA GRIFFITHS after the two agreed to complete the shows without Beres.
Nonetheless, the promoters are offering customers who choose not to attend the concerts full refunds from point of purchase.