Zach Williams is one of the best musicians I’ve heard in a long time. He also happens to be one of the most genuinely nice people I’ve met in a long time, which is why I’m asking everyone I know to support his fundraising campaign on kickstarter.com. With three days to go, he’s met his goal of raising $20K to cover the hard costs of producing an album, which means he will receive the money pledged. Anyone who knows anything about making music, though, (and I don’t) tells me that the cost of promoting and touring far, far exceed the base amounts needed to simply produce the record. For $10, you’ll get a digital copy of the record. Pledge $50 and you’ll get a signed physical copy (plus the digital copy). $100 gets your name in the album credits, $250 gets a thank you video from the band, $1000 ensures the band will record a cover of your choosing, and for the really supportive folks who pledge $4,000 or more, Zach Williams and the Bellow will play a private concert (plus all of the above). Incentived yet?
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Remember way back in November when I revealed to Garden & Gun readers that one of my favorite musicians, the Brooklyn-based, Georgia-raised Zach Williams, would be launching a pot-luck music event come Spring (sure, you do!)? Well, the time has come (though the slush outside might suggest otherwise). You can catch Zach Williams & the Bellow tonight at the Bell House.