Homer-grown musician launches Kickstarter project for album

Eternal Fair, Homer-grown musician Andrew Vait’s group, has started a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for its debut full-length album. 

“The songs that we’re going to record tell a story that deals with the passing of time, the hope for a better future for our children, about dreams, and the places we’ll go when we’re all done here,” Vait said. “We want to invite Homer to be a part of the story. Some of the rewards include an advance digital copy of the album, CDs, vinyl and some other interesting incentives.”

Vait, now living in Seattle, returns to Homer with his band for a New Year’s Eve dinner and party at A.J.’s Old Town Steakhouse. Vait plays a solo acoustic dinner set starting at 6:30 p.m. and the full band plays into the new year starting at 10 p.m. Tickets go on sale at centertix.net starting Nov. 21.

For information about Eternal Fair’s Kickstarter campaign, visit www.eternalfair.com.

 

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