The multi- (mega-) talented Amy Denio has a lot of music she'd like to get recorded, but (like so many great artists) finds that money is hard to come by, so she's asking for your help.
by Jon Davis, Published 2014-09-07
From the IndieGoGo page:
I now turn to you, my beautiful international community, to ask for your help. Become a co-producer and help me produce 2 new projects for my record label Spoot Music. In return, choose from a wide variety of perks.
I. In October, 2014 I'm producing Italian sextet OU's second release!
II. In December, 2014 I'm working on a collaborative duo CD with flautist/vocalist extraordinare Emily Hay!
Let's collaborate! All will benefit ~ the musicians, the Producers on Team Spoot, and a world of happy listeners!
Filed under: New releases
Related artist(s): Amy Denio
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