WOMEN WHO MADE MUSIC HISTORY Concerts Crowd Funding Update! THANK YOU!!!
We’ve created a 7 minute slide show video that chronicles our journey thus far. It beautifully illustrates how your past donations have changed, and your future donations will continue to change, our lives for the better. With your generosity, friends, family and fans, see in this video how we’ve been able to set our dreams in motion. This is a pictorial account of your hard earned and philanthropic contributions to Women Who Made Music History Concerts, LLC, in action!
We are in the middle of the final phase of our crowdfunding campaign via Gofundme. You can still make donations through the end of the year here:
We’ve sent our most recent donors, a pre-mastered track of our upcoming CD release of Love is a Rose, Celebrating the Music of Linda Ronstadt in celebration of our 2 year Anniversary! If you contribute $5 (or more!), we’ll send it to YOU TOO! This additional, special anniversary “instant gratification” thank you gift will run until the end of our campaign, Dec 31, 2018.
We stand in an ocean of gratitude for all of you, as we continue to manifest the project of our lives!
Visit our website http://www.loveisaroselive.com for all our upcoming “on tour” show dates 2018-2020!
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