We have started our Indigogo Campaign for the new Au Brother’s CD!
Make a worthwhile contribution towards the CD, and receive some neat rewards and perks such as digital downloads, posters, photos, private lessons, special recognition, and more. We greatly appreciate any contribution, large or small. Here’s a partial list of what your contribution would help cover:
The whole project is estimated at over $5,000. Hopefully we won’t have to sell the rest of our vehicles to make it happen!
If you’re looking forward to it, please do tell your friends and family about this album! Share us on Facebook, websites, and blogs (look for icons below). If you haven’t already, please check out the Au Brothers Facebook page and website for more updates on the album and upcoming shows. Stay tuned for the posting of video interviews with some of the fabulous musicians who can be heard on the album, hosted by the one and only “Auntie Margaret.”
We would like to thank all of our friends, family, fans, and sponsors. We are grateful for your support!!
To contribute via mail, make checks payable to Brandon Au, and mail to the following address:
1101 Kingsford Drive
Carmichael, CA 95608
The first Au Brothers CD has been recorded and is now in the mixing/production stage. The CD will feature original tunes by Gordon Au, and some old favorites. Joining the Au Brothers are Howard Miyata (High Sierra Jazz Band) on tuba, Katie Cavera on guitar (Reynolds Brothers), and Danny Coots on drums (Titan Hot 7). Expected release date is this May in time for the Sacramento Music Festival!
Au Brother’s Schedule for Jubilee By the Sea 2012 Learn more! Thursday (10/25) Special Concert: 6 – 9pm / Marie Callenders $25 / Au Brothers, Reynolds Brothers, Howard Miyata Friday (10/26) 12:30pm / Turk’s Place (St. Anthony) / Au Brothers, Howard Miyata, Katie Cavera, Danny Coots 8:00pm / Veteran’s Building / Au Brothers, Howard Miyata, Katie Cavera, Larry Wright, Carl “Sonny” Leyland Saturday...
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