“Starving Artist” Single – Now Available
Adam WarRock & Ruckus Roboticus “Starving Artist” – PURCHASE NOW
The song is available to download by clicking above (with the story behind the song). It’s a “Pay What You Want” system. Just click download, and you’ll be taken to a place where you can purchase the single. And in line with that, allow me to offer up the following options:
Download the song for free
If you are financially strapped, please feel free to download the song for free. All I ask is that you take a few minutes and email this link to some friends, blog about it, tweet about it, in some way spread the word so other people can hear this song. And leave a comment and please let me know what you thought.
Pay a $1 for the song
Did you know that iTunes can take up to a 30% cut of every sale an artist makes? Did you know that I have law school loans? Are you aware that I am not a robot, and do in fact need to eat? Why not pay a buck for the song and help support me in my new path in life, without Steve Jobs getting his grubby little hands on more of our hard earned cheddar. It’s a dollar. Help a brother out.
Pay more than $1 for the song
Did you know that I have A LOT of law school loans? But seriously, folks. If you have it in your heart to give more than a $1, maybe because I have provided you with months of free music? Maybe because supporting independent artists makes you feel good inside? I’d be forever grateful. That being said, if you donate $5 or more, I will list your name in a thank you song that will go up on the tracklog.
No matter how much you pay, please take a moment to share this with your friends, or through social media, blogs, or however else you see fit. I’d really appreciate the help.
Thanks again to Ruckus Roboticus, Conrad Dillon (guitar), Chris Haley (artwork), my partner-in-crime Chris Sims, all the great people who are in my life both online and off (way too many to name), and everyone who’s enjoyed my music, joined the facebook group, left comments, emailed me, reblogged my stuff, or just said positive things and helped me hold back the tide of terror that a wide-open future can bring. Maybe I just did the stupidest thing of my life, but if it has a 1 in a million shot of working, then it’s worth it to do what you love for a living, right?. That’s what this song is all about.
And to those starving artists out there in the world right now, stay hungry.
Eugene a/k/a Adam WarRock a/k/a Tha Hotsteppa