Your chance to be part of music history -- Kate Taylor and Peter Asher in the studio 50 years after "Sister Kate"

Your chance to be part of music history  Kate Taylor and Peter Asher in the studio 50 years after quotSister Katequot

Kate Taylor is a dear, and she's going back into the recording studio 50 years after she and Peter Asher made history with her album, "Sister Kate," and they'll be working with some of the same musicians.  If you pledge $30 you get the album autographed by both of them.  Are you thinking what I'm thinking?  A hundred years from now your great great grandchildren will get good news on The Antiques Road Show, so you'd be investing in your heirs' future.  Your $30 will no doubt be worth at least $100 by then, if not more.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/kate-taylor-and-peter-asher-recording-project?utm_medium=email&utm_source=lifecycle#/

"Sister Kate 50th anniversary" listen to Kate Taylor and Peter Asher describe what they're doing

https://vimeo.com/449950178

Kate is on "Just One Angel," one of my holiday compilations, where she sings a new Robert Burns translation of "Auld Lang Syne." Her brother James sings harmony on it as only she can.  She's been making her living for years creating jewelry out of wampum, but has never stopped singing and playing, so it will be wonderful to hear her do an entire album (she also has a song on "Follow That Road," the second Martha's Vineyard Singer/Songwriter Retreat collection).

I'm sure this new album will be wonderful. We all need good positive things to look forward to during this bleak time.  This is one of them.

Ciao!

Chris