Musician appreciates local support

  • Thursday, December 13, 2012 11:44am
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I would like to thank Homer, and in particular AJ’s and the staff at South Peninsula Hospital for its support of Heidijo music and my Kickstarter project. I am overwhelmed with gratitude.
When I was researching Kickstarter, the advice was that most of my support would be from family and friends, and though it is mostly true, I was surprised with the showing of local support.
Heidijo music is 100 percent funded for recording in New Orleans. I couldn’t have done it without you. I wish each of you a magical thank you for participating in Heidijo music.
It meant a great deal to me to have you come to my shows. The positive vibes I felt from you all will continue to follow me on my journey to a Big Party of Sound. I will keep you updated via Facebook and Twitter.
Heidijo Smith

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