Fighting Epilepsy Through Music

We are stunned, awed, amazed, and humbled at the response to our barely two day old Kickstarter campaign to raise money to cover the production costs for Joey’s Song. Thanks to you all, we’ve come out of the gate strong, with 26 backers already making a pledge (and earning some pretty cool prizes while doing so). We wanted to take a moment out to let everyone know how much your involvement means, and we can’t wait to make good on our promise of awesome music for an awesome cause.

Our aim with Joey’s Song is to deliver as much money to the Epilepsy Foundation as we can. Your Kickstarter pledges will be used to cover the cost of production of the CDs. With those costs met, we can divert every penny generated by sales of the CDs to our charities, which translates into more money to help kids like Joey and their families.

If you haven’t checked out the Kickstarter campaign yet, please drop in and see what we’re up to when you have a minute. View our video that explains the campaign in detail, browse the tracklisting for our inaugural releases, and learn more about how you can get involved. Your donation can also net you some nice Joey’s Song swag, ranging from t-shirts to autographs to private concerts.

A big, big thank you once again to everyone who came out early to put the kick in our Kickstarter campaign, and a thank you in advance to everyone with designs on getting involved in the future. Remember, you can always track us down online on our website, Facebook, or Twitter, as well as here, so reach out with any questions you may have.

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