When the idea for launching my own Kickstarter campaign was suggested to me, I politely declined. It was for other people, not me. I think, truth be told, I was afraid nobody would want to become part of the project.
Was I wrong or what? In ten days, the project has generated 82 backers contributing just shy of $3000.
I’m floored, in a good way.
And I haven’t even contacted any temples, JCC’s, schools, all the 100’s of places I’ve performed concerts at or presented workshops at over the last 16 years, to see if they’d like to be a part of the project.
I’ve done a whole slew of research on how to run successful Kickstarter campaigns and decided to follow some advice I thought made sense and would be fun as well (go HERE to read further).
If you’re interested in really good, clean, wholesome and over-the-top fun children’s music for Jewish kids and families, I invite you to join the people who have put their signature on my upcoming CD project. Please click HERE to read about it. Glad to have you on board!