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A new album of songs addressing mental health issues, addiction, and family dysfunction. Thank you for your support! #SongsHeal
348 backers pledged $20,165 to help bring this project to life.

3 DAYS TO $18K !!!!!!

Posted by Melissa Greener (Creator)
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Guys!!! We are doing SO well!! We’ve come so far in 27 short days!!! Please help keep the momentum going strong until the 30 day finish line arrives in -> 3 SHORT DAYS <- this Thursday at 1pm Central (2pm Eastern, 11am Pacific)!!!!

We’re already past the 1st Stretch Goal of $15K. The 2nd Stretch Goal is $20K, but if we can get to $18K I will definitely be able to press a vinyl edition of The Fallow Year, and maybe have a wee bit left for a small Radio promotion effort.

It’s so important to me to take this work of helping people feel less alone in their struggles with mental health issues as far as I can! I know we can get to $18K! But only if you’re willing to believe in this project as much as I do for THREE MORE DAYS!!!

So PLEASE HELP Spread the Word by posting about and sharing the Kickstarter page on your social media and email contact lists!!! And at church, and at work, and at the diner, and the grocery store and with neighbors when you walk the dog, and call up your cousin Sal, and text your daughter, and hoot hollar!!!

www.kickstarter.com/projects/1481478173/the-fallow-year-songs-of-solace-for-the-suffering

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!! .mg

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      Paul Schatzkin on

      " if we can get to $18K I will definitely be able to press a vinyl edition of The Fallow Year, and maybe have a wee bit left for a small Radio promotion effort."

      I don't share the world's obsession with vinyl. It was nice while it lasted, it was over 20 years ago. I wonder if it wouldn't be better to forego the vinyl edition and use that money on more promotion. There is such potential here, I'd hate to think people who need to hear it would miss the opportunity because there are slivers of vinyl languishing on shelves somewhere. So says the anti-Luddite.