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Help Andrew Rose Gregory of The Gregory Brothers finally release his "Lost Album," a folk-rock record based on The Song of Songs.
Help Andrew Rose Gregory of The Gregory Brothers finally release his "Lost Album," a folk-rock record based on The Song of Songs.
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      Erik Del Re on

      when will the CDs be arriving?

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      Daniel Perzan on

      Can't wait to hear it!

    3. Christy Pugh on

      Congratulations. Can't wait to hear it!!!!

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      Jonny Greenshields on

      i just backed this like a boss.
      as such on your first world tour i baggsy that you come to newcastle, england and play in my living room.
      all my love,
      jonny greenshields

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      Caleb Stevenson on

      We did it!! Hurrah!

    6. Mocha Trimier on

      so close! d (^_^) b

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      jesseanne on

      I am really happy about this album. It is such a holy undertaking, to bring the word of God to people in a way that is new, and vibrant, and reaches us emotionally. Straight to the heart! Thank you for having faith to do this project. I am praying for you as you wrap thix project up.

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      Morgan Sain on

      You are almost there!!!! I'm so excited for you and cannot wait to hear the final product!

    9. Unison goody on

      way to create your reality! you are an inspiration and I can't wait to get my copy!!! thank you thank you!

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      Robert Martinolich on

      Easily the only songwriter our generation will ever need.

    11. Katly Hong on

      I found "If You Find My Lover, Tell Him I am Faint with Love" a few months ago. I haven't heard anything that beautiful before. You're an incredibly talented musician (as is Sarah: her voice is hauntingly enchanting) and I hope that this album happens. I wish I could pledge more but I'm not in the best of financial postitions. Good luck!

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      Brody on

      I have first heard of your band when i was introduced to Youtube. It is truly sad that in this time of day, the one's who do the most to try to make people happy through music are the one's who are not being heard. I love your personality, and most of all your songs. You all put so much love and heart into your music, and I am exited to get my Hard and Digital copy of this album. This will be one that I will always listen to, and tell my children that this is the music that they should love. I hope you all get signed really soon, and I hope that your lives will be long and prosperous.

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      María González on

      Mucha suerte desde España!


    14. Laura Negus on

      Really hope to see this come to fruition. What an exciting project.

    15. Christine on

      All the best! A truly gifted musician!

    16. Sarah Reynolds on

      ARG, you have a real gift and I thank you and your brothers and Sarah G. for all the great comedy of autotunethenews. Best of luck to you! Can't wait to listen to the finished project.

    17. Christina A. N. Wert | PuellaDocta on

      I absolutely am in love with this project and I can't wait to get my hands on it! I wish I could contribute even more! I want this CD desperately! It's about time someone made this album! The Song of Songs is so amazing, and from what I heard on "If you Find my Lover" you are more than qualified to do amazing justice to these awesome poems!

      MUCH LOVE!!!!! ~ Christina

    18. Russell Gregory on

      I was present at the premier of this album, I mean the live concert which proved electric. I believe the album is inspired, at least the King James Version of it! After you buy this, those of you in Andrew's parents generation will throw away your copy of "Bolero," and substitute this album of classic love poetry put to vibrant music. Back the dude heartily.

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      Robyn Harshaw on

      Hey, I lived on Pitt 2nd when you were a freshman, I think. Good luck with this.