This is our final week of this campaign and again, we would like to thank all those who have backed the project and help spread the word. In this video, Horacee explains his next project and who he will be working with on the reinterpretation of his 1974 album, “Tales of the Exonerated Flea.”
We are in our third week of four and are not as far as we would have hoped. We are optimistic that with the help of our fans and friends we can reach our goal. To help spread the word, this week we introduce a new video for the track ‘Serengeti Minstrel’ from All Times Are In It. Here is a short clip featuring part of the video. You can see the short and full versions using the links below. Thanks again and please help us get the word out by sharing on social media (from our Kickstarter project page. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/465408929/horacee-arnold-redux)
Serengeti Minstrel (Short Version) https://youtu.be/WozuCqborZI
Serengeti Minstrel (Full Version) https://youtu.be/EkHWaBSVErs
We are in our second week of the Kickstarter campaign and would like to thank all of those who have offered their support. But we are a long way from our goal and are widening our reach and need your help. Please share this message with all of your friends and lets make this happen!
We have 30 days to reach our goal and need your help. If you wish to donate, please visit the site and equally important, please help us spread the word using social media. Now we present a short video for the track “Elegant Waters” off of Horacee’s new album.
Next week, we will be announcing the launch of the “Horacee Arnold Redux” Kickstarter campaign where we hope to raise the budget for promoting my new album, “All Times Are in It” and reintroducing myself to audiences worldwide.
It’s a new year and I want to share with you all my big plans for the future. I have a new album recorded and ready for release and that’s just the start. In the next few weeks, I will have many exciting things to announce, but for now please enjoy the first in a new series of short videos introducing “Horacee Arnold Redux” and stayed tuned for more updates.
Max Roach came to town one day (Louisville, KY 1960) and Horacee went to the show Max invited him to rehearsal the next day to sit in with the band! Max befriended Horacee and invited him to New York. The following year he spent the summer under the tutelage of Max!