Part Two of TMBW’s exclusive interview with Danny Weinkauf is now up, just in time for Danny’s birthday! This section features loads of great background info on Danny’s career history with Lincoln and TMBG so you are definitely going to want to check it out. And don’t forget to back Danny’s new kid’s album on Kickstarter as an extra special birthday present for our favorite bass player :-)
Part One of TMBW’s exclusive interview with Danny Weinkauf, with questions submitted by you, the fans, is now up! Parts Two and Three will be posted over the next few weeks, so check back next Monday. And don’t forget to support Danny’s new kids’ album, No School Today, on Kickstarter!
Danny’s Kickstarter campaign for his new kids album, No School Today, is LIVE!!!
There are tons of great backer rewards, from downloads of the album, to an Executive Producer credit or personalized answering machine message, to one of his basses or even his car!
You’ll find the campaign at the link above. PLEASE share this post, or the link with your friends and followers! The campaign is already 10% funded after day one but it has a way to go yet, and Danny needs your support! Anything helps, even if it’s only a $1 or sharing the link. Let’s make this thing go!!
Hey folks! Big news in band land! Danny Weinkauf will shortly be releasing his first solo album for children, called No School Today! He will be lauching a Kickstarter campaign soon that needs YOUR support. Watch this space for more info on that, but in the meantime, share this post, tell your friends, and start spreading the word! YOU are the street team! Danny needs our help to make this thing go! Let’s make it happen!
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