Covid-19 Causes Touring Folk Act James VanDeuson to Cancel Tour Dates - Asking for Help
VENMO - @jamesvandeusonmusic
PAYPAL - [email protected]
UPDATE: Recently, we have had all of our March tour dates canceled or re-scheduled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
So, we are deciding to shed some positive light. I will be raffling off one of the test presses for my most recent record. There are only three, so this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to get some one-of-a-kind merch. We are doing this because we want fans and friends to have an opportunity to have one and, obviously, we need to raise some money.
If you have already donated, THANK YOU. You will be given raffle tickets based on the amount you donated. The tickets are tracked electronically on PayPal. Hit DONATE above and you will be automatically entered.
$10 dollars = 1 Ticket
$20 = 2 Tickets
$100 = 10 tickets and so on.
BIG NEWS - 7:00PM THURSDAY - Live Stream Concert on FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM TUNE IN!!!
We understand that it is absolutely the right measure to be taken. That being said, as a business that relies solely on people gathering together, we have been directly affected. To be quite honest, it's going to be tough to get through this without donations from people that follow us on our musical journey. At any given time, Rebecca, Keene and I are well over 1,000 miles from home. We are asking for your support as our dates begin to thin.
In return, we are working on releasing new content for listeners ie. singles and new videos. We will be working closely with Carl Saff, a mastering engineer based in Chicago, IL, to produce quality content for people who would normally be watching me perform live. It is an exciting thing to find the light that always prevails through the darkness. We will be doing this at no cost. Everything will be available for free.
I would also like to announce that the limited edition cream colored vinyl will finally be available for pre-sale within the next few weeks.
Help a couple of dreamers through this. Donate what you can, wash your hands, hug grandma another time and stay safe!
James, Rebecca and Keene <3