Union Street hits Kickstarter Goal

Union Street, the new quartet from Ryan Seaton, Aaron McCune, Toby Hitchcock, and Andrew Goldman, recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund their debut album. (We covered it here and here.) They are six days away from the end of the fundraising drive. They hit their goal yesterday; they are at over $19,000 raised, 128% of their $15,000 goal. Notably, there have only been two large donors (one at the $1,000 tier and another at the $5,000 tier); most of the other contributors gave $25, $50, or $100.

This is already one of the most successful (if not the most successful) Southern Gospel-related Kickstarter to date, and there is a week to go. Congratulations, Union Street!


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  1. This is fantastic….God does answer prayers.