We’ve got great news to share! We’re finally ready to record a new record!!

But without a label and with losing a lot of money on tour this past summer, we don’t have the money to do it. We need your help!!
However, we’re not asking for you to just send money for nothing. We’re in essence asking you to pre-order the record so that we can make it.  We’re asking you to partner with us!
We’re using a really amazing site called Kickstarter to try and raise money to record and print the record. Here’s how it works…
You simply pledge whatever amount you want, and choose your reward within that price range or below. All pledges $8 and over get a cd sent out to them, before the release date!! Also, all pledges over $20 get entered in a contest to win a free trip to Nashville for the cd release show in Nashville Tn on May 1st! Many other rewards include dinner with the band, free show admissions, jewelry made by Tetra and Rachel, and even a live skype video session so you can sit in on a recording session!
Please consider pledging so that we can finally record all this new music we have written! If you heard us on tour this summer and loved the new music, here is your chance to help us get it out to the world!

Please consider pre-ordering the cd, and looking through the many unique rewards we’re offering! We literally can’t do this without your help!
http://kck.st/aSFUpv
or
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1018061216/timbre-records-a-new-cd-yours-for-only-a-8-pledg

Now here’s the tricky part… if we don’t make our goal ($5000) by the end date (mar. 21st) , no money is collected and we go back to zero… i.e. we wouldn’t be able to record. So please give generously! And if you can or can’t give, please consider posting the link around Facebook and myspace. or email it to your friends! Let’s show the music world that within a loving community, we don’t need record labels!
Thank you all so much!

Love,

Timbre

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