New CD/iTunes release by NYC drummer GREG BURROWS+Great Band

A project in New York, NY by Greg Burrows

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Cool, acoustic jazz album dropping mid-March, Greg Burrows on drums-Harvie S, bass-Bob DeVos, guitar-Dave Childs, piano & 2 great horns
Backers: 27
Average Pledge Per Backer: $41

Funded: $1,118 of $1
Dates: Feb 13th -> Feb 21st (9 days)
Project By: Greg Burrows
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Drum history tidbit

February 16th - via:
One of the requirements of being a jazz musician is that a player must have some grasp of the history of the music. Some knowledge of early equipment, early styles, and the lineage of the music is crucial. A musician’s playing will lack... (Read More)

FAQ: How much do you need to raise to release your album?

February 14th - via:
Hi dear pledger friends: Several folks have asked me, How much do you need to raise to get your CD done? The answer is clear and simple: I need to raise $3,000 USD in order to fully finance the release (first leg of release--more will be required for... (Read More)

memory lane: my first real jazz gig

February 14th - via:
Here’s a tidbit from the past. My first publicly released jazz recording happened in 1989. It was the early wave of CDs, and sadly, LP records (referred to as vinyl now) were pretty much gone from the record store shelves by that year. I was in the... (Read More)

CD Cover Art

February 13th - via:
CD designer/photographer Chris Drukker, veteran jazz photographer and all-around nice guy (really), has crafted an intriguing and darkly colorful album cover concept - to anyone looking for a CD art designer and photographer all-in-one, I strongly... (Read More)

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