Bryan Frazier 'Kickstarting' upcoming album | Rock Candy

Monday, March 14, 2011

Bryan Frazier 'Kickstarting' upcoming album

Posted By on Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 10:35 AM

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Bryan Frazier is thinking big. Huge, even.

The local singer/songwriter/popcraft is attempting to raise funding through Kickstarter to cover the cost of recording his next album at Nashville's legendary Ocean Way Studios at Belmont University.

How much? He's looking for backers to pledge $25,000, which he says will "cover the studio costs as well as help recruit other nationally recognized musicians and producers to collaborate on the record."

Read up on the project, check out a fundraising "trailer" and pony up for the fella here.

And, hey, while you're at it, take another look at the slick video for "Angelene and the Alpha Ray".

And this.

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