Dove Award-winning singer/songwriter Cheri Keaggy has added some exciting new rewards as she begins the final countdown to her Kickstarter campaign’s deadline on Thursday.
Keaggy is currently raising funds for her ninth album, No Longer My Own, through the innovative crowd-sourcing website, Kickstarter. Keaggy is no stranger to Kickstarter, having employed it to fund her 2012 release, So I Can Tell.
The three new rewards offer her fans something special that they can’t get anywhere else.
With the first new reward, each lucky fan who donates to help fund Keaggy’s new CD can become the proud owner of an acoustic guitar selected and autographed by Keaggy’s uncle, Gospel Music Hall of Famer Phil Keaggy, voted one of the top finger style guitarists in the world by Guitar Player Magazine.
Another exciting new reward is “The Studio Experience.” With this reward, fans will have the opportunity to sit in on a studio session with Cheri Keaggy as she records her new project, No Longer My Own, and join her for a meal.
“If fans have musical talent, we may even include them in a recording!” says Keaggy.
Keaggy, who is both humbled and excited by the number of doors that opened for ministry through concerts, church services, women’s events, TV appearances, interviews, and radio airplay as a direct result of her last project, So I Can Tell, says the story is far from over. With a quiver full of new songs that are burning in her soul, Keaggy prays No Longer My Own will inspire and embolden fellow saints to live more fearlessly for Christ.
Using her piano as a pulpit from which to preach the Gospel, Keaggy has already spent considerable time in the studio with her uncle, Gospel Music Hall of Famer and guitar legend Phil Keaggy, prepping new songs for the project. Listeners can look forward to such vertically oriented songs of adoration as “Breathing Your Air,” prayerful petitions like “Jesus, One and Only,” thankful exultations like “No Longer My Own,” and pensive intercessions like “Overcome.”
Fans can help Keaggy produce No Longer My Own by backing her Kickstarter campaign, which launched November 17, with a pledge of as little as $1. The project will only be funded if at least $25,000 is pledged by Thursday, December 18, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. CST.
Story Source: McCain & Co. PR