The Morning Bridges is an upcoming music album created by a Spanish artist Ramon Gallifa. Now seeking community support via Kickstarter, the album is a fine blend of music, art and love. According to the artist, it is a gift-box of 31 handmade little desserts with flavors and textures from several geographies, cultures as well as genres. The album has also won the Best of Show Gold Medal in the Global Music Awards that took place in June 2017. Ramon is therefore welcoming everyone to support this project on Kickstarter by making generous pledges and donations.
“This album is all about my musical voyage that will take you through a plethora of different styles, genres and languages in a wonderful ode to diversity,” said Ramon while talking about his album. According to the artist, the album covers everything from a lullaby with eastern influences to an overture with Arabic flavor and from a blues gospel ballad to a traditional Chinese ballad. Moreover, each single in the album has a rich story behind it and has been created with passion and love.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:
www.kickstarter.com/projects/ramongallifa/the-morning-bridges-double-music-album and supporters from around the world can back this musical project by making pledges that can range from EUR 29 to EUR 8495 with each pledging offering a great reward. The rewards offered for this campaign include a wide range of amazing treats for the supporters and they can find out more about them on the campaign page on Kickstarter.
About The Morning Bridges
The Morning Bridges is an all new upcoming double music album by a Ramon Gallifa that is now seeking generous community support and funding on Kickstarter. The artist has created this double album from the rich culture and music from around the world and the album has something for everyone. He is now welcoming everyone to help him in making this project a true success by supporting his campaign.
Company Name: Songs & Colors, SL
Contact Person: Ramon Gallifa Monferrer
Phone: +34 670246348
Address:Josep Pla, 64.