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A project in Tupelo, MS by Ben Lewis

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A concept EP about navigating through life's journey.
Backers: 25
Average Pledge Per Backer: $308

Funded: $7,706 of $7,500
Dates: Oct 29th -> Dec 3rd (36 days)
Project By: Ben Lewis
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Latest News

Don’t Think Twice

November 30th - via:
Before I decided to start writing the songs for this ep, I had to answer a tough question that I had been asking myself for several weeks. It was a simple but important one. Do I want to continue to play music? ...At all ...Even if no one hears it... (Read More)

Family History

November 10th - via:
The first picture is of my dad playing his ‘65 Gibson Melody Maker. It was taken around 1969. I would be willing to bet he was singing Louie Louie when this picture was taken. The one of me is from Throttle Fest in Huntsville earlier this year. My... (Read More)

The hihat cymbal

November 1st - via:
In my original post, I mentioned the pot and lid hihat cymbal ...well here it is in all it’s glory! Once I figured out the technique and got the EQ right, it really does sound like a hihat. This morning we’re almost 25% of the way to the goal!... (Read More)

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