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David Olney’s first-ever crowd-funding campaign — “Water From A Deeper Well: NEW Album Recording Project” — has officially LAUNCHED! YOU are invited to “Join The CROWD“ and let David know you’re behind him all the way. New music cannot happen without YOU! All kinds of “REWARDS” are being offered — along with the forthcoming NEW CD out next Summer — at all sorts of contributor levels, including:
• Never-before-heard songs and demo recordings from
John Hadley’s cabin and songwriting mecca in Madison, TN!
• Signature David Olney Hats!
• Classic David’s Stage Jackets – Unwashed!
• Personalized Classic Poetry Recitations!
• David’s one-of-a-kind Walking/Performance Staff, as seen on YouTube!
• THE Gibson J-30 Acoustic Guitar he has written EVER
Be sure to check your email and
on David’s social networks about how you can get involved, keep the music coming, and make some of David’s way too limited and very personal items all yours.
FULL DETAILS and fun videos of David Olney’s campaign for your support linked here. Please SHARE this news with others who you think should see and hear David & his music.
“In the tradition of Johnny Cash and Tom Waits, Olney has become
A PIONEER OF THE AMERICANA MUSIC SCENE.”
( The San Francisco Chronicle )
Likened to Tom Waits, Johnny Cash and Randy Newman, David Olney has had
songs recorded by Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Del McCoury, Lonnie Brooks, Tim O’Brien, Kane/Welch/Kaplin, Steve Young, Nimah Parsons, Freek de Jonge, Ann Rabson and many others, in addition to releasing more than 20 albums over four decades, including six live recordings, and touring worldwide. In early 2013, Mr. Olney’s “Postcard From Mexico” song was prominently used in the ABC-TV “Nashville” show. In addition to always being on the road, David broadcasts every Tuesday on his website with his “You Never Know” video shorts featuring the story behind a song and it’s performance along with other personal observations in addition to sharing his other music videos and stellar classic poetry recitations (“The Rime of The Ancient Mariner” in seven parts!) on YouTube.