UPDATE: The Goal Has Been Met!
I am so happy to say that last night the goal of $5,000 was met! All of you who have backed this project are amazing. Since there are 12 days left on this project I'd like to set a new goal of $7,500. If this goal is reached all the studio expenses will be covered. (This includes studio time, musicians, and mixing.)
As a thank you if the new goal of $7,500 is met I will be giving anyone who has pledged $25 or more a copy of a short film that shows the making of the album. I'm looking forward to sharing this behind the scenes look at how things came together. Keep spreading the word about this project!
and again, THANK YOU!!!
Singer songwriter Jesse Morrow is about to commence a journey that is terrifying, but many people only dream about. He is quitting his job as an art director at a church to pursue a full time career in music. After years of juggling a full time job, freelance design and video work, and playing as many shows as he can, he has decided it is time to give his music career everything he has.
Morrow’s love for music began at a young age in Michigan playing percussion in high school band. He was also in a pop/punk band at the time which didn’t have a singer. That’s when he picked up a guitar for the first time and taught himself how to play and became the lead singer of his band. He started writing music but didn’t show anyone until he moved to Nashville in 2008. There he recorded his first album, New Beginnings.
After moving to Bellingham for the art director job, he met Brian Fennell of Barcelona who helped him record “Come On, Speak Up,” which was his first full band album. Since then, he has been playing multiple shows each month both with a full band and solo.
After two years of writing new material and another opportunity to record an album, Morrow has decided to pursue music above all else. Even though he is terrified of the unknown and afraid of failure, he is confident in his ability and experience to produce music that will move people. But he can’t do it without your support. He is asking for your help. He is asking you to partner with him and make his dream a reality. Help him raise $5,000 to cover the costs of his new album. Without a record label behind him, he can’t do it without you. Be a part of Jesse Morrow’s story.
If $5,000 is not raised by the deadline, no money will be collected.
Here are some songs from my previous album:
- (30 days)