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A compelling music documentary about a man and a record store that changed a community and became an American musical treasure.
A compelling music documentary about a man and a record store that changed a community and became an American musical treasure.
316 backers pledged $53,528 to help bring this project to life.

The Final 12 Hours... This is it Folks!

Dearest Kickstarters,

The BIG countdown begins... What a way to end the year and begin 2012!! Thanks to this extraordinary community our village has grown to 307 Backers strong and we are 106% funded at $53,072!! 

That said we still have 12 HOURS left of this campaign, so let's make it count! With just a few more contributions we can offset the kickstarter/amazon costs and 100% of our goal will go towards finishing the film.

There's still time in the 11th hour for your friends to join the village and be part of an American musical treasure. We have some very cool one-of-a-kind memorabilia rewards up for grabs. And its your LAST chance to join our $125 Reward Level - which includes two tickets to a special engagement screening of the film followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and your name in the credits! At 10:31 PST TONITE we cross over the finish line! Don't miss out on this final opportunity to be part of Village Music history!! 

We can't thank you enough for making this campaign such a smashing success and most importantly, for making Village Music: Last of the Great Record Stores a movie people can now enjoy!

Happy New Years Everyone!

Gratefully Yours,

Gillian, Monroe, John and The Kickstarter Team

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Comments

    1. Creator Mike Honig on December 31, 2011

      Wow. You generated a huge amount of support, and at the same time created a community of over 300 people who are dedicated to the success of your project.
      Well done!
      Looking forward to seeing the results, and glad to be part of it.
      Happy New Year!

    2. Creator Dennis Locorriere on December 31, 2011

      Congratulations!
      That's wonderful news!
      I've lived in the UK for awhile now but I'm really pleased to have had the opportunity to be a distant contributor to this well deserved tribute to John and his labor of love, Village Music. ~