Followed by the successful completion of phase 1, Bluegrass Court Jester: Ron Thomason is raising funds on Indiegogo to seek community support for his all new one-hour documentary concert film that is all about capturing the special magic and unusual history that is bluegrass music. The artist is welcoming everyone to support this project on Indiegogo in order to make this documentary a success.
“Our story is told by the Court Jester of Bluegrass himself, Ron Thomason, through live concert performances, compelling and humorous interviews and archival footage.” Said the spokesperson of the project while talking about the new documentary film. “We will shoot on location at the 2018 High Mountain Hay Fever Bluegrass Festival and the video will feature performances by bands that cover the entire spectrum from old time music to contemporary new grass.” He added.
The Indiegogo Campaign is located on the web at: www.indiegogo.com/projects/bluegrass-court-jester-phase-two-video and supporters alongside the music lovers can back this project on Indiegogo by making pledges that can range from $25 to $1000 and each backer will be rewarded for the pledge he or she makes to the campaign. The rewards will include MP3 download of entire concert, DVD of final concert and name in the credits of video.
About This Documentary
Bluegrass Court Jester: Ron Thomason, An Unusual History of Bluegrass Music is an all new and inspiring documentary project as well as a concert film that is now seeking community support from the music lovers worldwide through Indiegogo. According to the spokesperson of the project, the documentary film will be broadcasted on cable networks followed by its completion.
Contact Person: Perry Schwartz
Company: Ol' Black Bear Productions
Address: 726 Richmond Avenue, Silver Spring, MD - US