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SEVENDUST launches PledgeMusic Campaign to fund new acoustic studio album

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The Atlanta band Sevendust featuring Lajon Witherspoon (vocals), Morgan Rose (drums/vocals), Clint Lowery (guitar/vocals), John Connolly (guitar/vocals) and Vince Hornsby (bass/vocals)—will enter Architekt Studios in Butler, NJ to record their highly anticipated acoustic studio album, which will be released next spring. It’ll be a collection of brand new songs along with re-recorded SEVENDUST classics.

They asked their fans to be an integral part of the new project. Not only have they been asking fans for input of which songs to re-record, they partnered with PledgeMusic for a direct-to-fan campaign. Filled with exclusive incentives for ultimate access to have a hands-on part of the band’s legacy, the campaign is granting fans the opportunity to get a digital download of the album before its available anywhere, exclusive updates during the making of the record, and much more. Ranging from signed drumheads and guitar picks, to joining the band in the studio for a day, to being included in the album’s liner notes, to autographed guitars used on tour, to a private acoustic show at the house of the most generous donor, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for SEVENDUST fans.

For more info on Sevendust visit http://www.sevendust.com/

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