Do you remember the music video “Baby Can Dance” by singer/songwriter Carsie Blanton?
It was shot in New Orleans, is featuring dancers such as Peter Loggins, Chance Bushman, Lisa Casper and more and got 125'000+ views so far.
Last week, Carsie launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund at least US $29'000 for her latest music project, a jazz record named “Jazz Is For Everybody”.
To make a jazz record for people who aren't jazz geeks. There will be no vocal acrobatics, no virtuosic solos, no cheese, and no chimes. Just kickass old songs, simply arranged, simply performed, and simply produced.
If you are a jazz geek, though, I won't hold it against you. I'm as geeky as they come. I'm looking to make a record that we geeks can take home and listen to with our mothers, our grandmothers, and even our indie-band loving hipster siblings.
If you can dig that, take a short stroll over to the right side of the page, and select whichever reward makes you the most giddy.
Carsie Blanton explains what's all about:
Support Carsie Blanton's Kickstarter Campaign
As you can see in the picture at the beginning of this post, Carsie Blanton already got more than 80% of her minimum goal pledged – within less than a week!
Follow this link to get all the details:
Carsie Blanton “Jazz Is For Everybody” Kickstarter Campaign
What do you think about the “Jazz Is For Everybody” campaign? Will you support it? Leave a comment below!