The day has come, the music is out there and ready for you to consume. Its been almost 8 long years of waiting for a real physical piece of music to come out of my mouth and fingers. This is an exciting day for me as I have been trying to record for a number of years with no money, no experience and no time. If you're interested in learning more about my journey, please feel free to reach out and connect via email anytime. Lastly, I have to thank everyone who contributed to my Indigogo Campaign which helped me tremendously. Without your belief in me, I don't know how this would have happened.
In the next month, look out for the hard copy, limited edition CD. Yes, I know that the millennials out there will have no idea what that is, however I think my market is still calling for a CD. As a special unannounced gift to all of my supporters, I will be mailing out a hard copy of The Lost Songs for each of them to have in their CD wallet. OF course Im kidding, its a keep sake, or maybe a little something to help clean up when you don't have a dust pan? You will figure something creative to do with it. If you are not a supporter and you want to get your hands on one of these super duper limited edition and way to expensive CD's then you can find them in the back of my truck, at one of my shows near you. Yes, these are so rare, they will only be sold out of my truck or on my website. The Lost Songs EP could be called a unicorn it will be so hard to find. (Doesn't that drive up the value?)
If you're not in the market for a Compact Disc, then might you consider visiting your favourite online music retailer and give a little search for "Kevin Foster - The Lost Songs EP" and maybe stream it at a party, or even purchase it for your iTunes Library. We all know streaming is going to pay me tremendously small micro pennies, so the value is in YOU sharing it with your friends. If you don't like any of the music on the EP, I hope you could find someone in your rolodex who might enjoy a tune or two and recommend it to them. I don't expect everyone to love my music, but I do expect that there is someone in you life who might like it, or relate to it.
The Supporters: as outlined in the EP liner notes.
TechMuze Podcast (Dezz Asante), Connie Clarke, Jess Switzer, Alex Flint, Maranda Brown, Joseph Garofalo, Charles McGee, Dave & Tracey Foster, Don & Jean Foster, Deirdre Brett, Western Trent Golf Club (Roy & Colleen), Morgan Priester, Richard Mallett, Forward Audio Solutions (Adam Lees), Musicians Path Podcast (Christopher Eakins), Don & Marilyn Carter, Matthew Thompson, Patricia Wietze & Family, Scott Milton.