DONATE TO CFCR AND GET A SONG WRITTEN JUST FOR YOU!


Sep 27, 2010

As week two of CFCR's FM-Phasis funding drive kicks into gear, we've got another great incentive to make your donation today! Wednesday Afternoon Buzz host Alison Whelan has called in some favours with local Saskatoon songwriters to create "FM-era," a unique songwriting challenge where you can have a song written just for you! If you donate at least $50 to Alison's Wednesday Buzz before October 1st, in addition to all the great prizes and CFCR swag you can choose from, you will win the opportunity to commission your very own original song!

Donors will be paired with a local songwriter, who, using the donor's suggestions, will craft a unique (and likely humorous) piece of music to be performed for the public sometime in November.

And remember, this doesn't all have to be about you. This is a great opportunity to have a one-of-a-kind gift to give your boy/girlfriend, your children, or perhaps something with which to embarrass your parents on their anniversary.  Don't forget it's all in support of great community radio!

Participating FM-era musicians include members of Maybe Smith, Economics, Farideh, DJ Dislexik, Jeans Boots, Carbon Dating Service and more!

Please call 664-6678 to donate or listen in this Wednesday at 2pm when you can call Alison in-studio at 242-5002. Remember, you can always donate online as well.

FM-Phasis wraps up this Friday, so be sure to get your pledges in soon! We've got lots of great prizes to choose from, but the sooner you pay up, the better your selection of swag.

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