With your help, together I can make it.
This anonymous donor is doing what he can. But he needs your help.
Tuff Sunshine is John Leitera's new rock and roll-type project.
In March, Tuff Sunshine will be heading into The Kennel Recording Studio in Brooklyn to record their first EP. Edison said making a record was "1% inspiration and 99% perspiration." Well, he invented the phonograph, but if he would have been an actual musician, he would have realized it takes cold, hard cash, too. And even though this anonymous donor would love to fund the entire project, he simply can't afford the cost of studio time, mixing and mastering the recording, and CD production all by his (or her) self.
You can give any amount--every bit brings us closer to success; however, if the $3,000 Kickstarter goal is not met, there's no money awarded. With a contribution of $25 or more, you will receive a limited-edition, numbered CD, hand silk-screened by Pittsburgh artist Mike Budai, along with a link to a free digital download of the EP. There's 125 available, so get 'em while they're hot.
Also, a unique opportunity whether you can give or not: the songs can be heard in their raw demo form at the link below. These are the (at times VERY) rough drafts currently being honed and arranged, and generally sped up as we speak. They won't all appear on the EP, but they are available for download in this rudimentary form as a way to introduce you to Tuff Sunshine's new music, as well as a way to have a "before" and "after" experience of the project.
You can help these tunes come to fruition with your generous gift of the American dollar. Our anonymous donor thanks you.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Have a question? If the info above doesn't help, you can ask the project creator directly.
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You'll receive a numbered, hand-silk-screened copy of Tuff Sunshine's premiere EP, designed by Pittsburgh artist Mike Budai, as well as a FREE digital downloadEstimated delivery: May 2012