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The Shout out + Bonus Material
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This tier is the perfect way to let me know you like the show and want me to keep on truckin'. You have my sincerest thanks, and I'll give you a shout out on the show! Also, you'll have exclusive access to bonus videos and episodes when I release them (does not include the weekly bonus track). 


NOTE: If you set a monthly limit, please do not set it any lower than 5 times a month. Every once in a while there's a month with 5 Wednesdays, meaning 5 episodes, but you'll normally only be charged for 4 episodes a month. If you do not wish to pay this amount price 4 or 5 times a month, please select a different tier. 

The Weekly Bonus Track
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Get a secret link to the weekly bonus track blog, plus a shout out on the show!


NOTE: If you set a monthly limit, please do not set it any lower than 5 times a month. Every once in a while there's a month with 5 Wednesdays, meaning 5 episodes, but you'll normally only be charged for 4 episodes a month. If you do not wish to pay this amount price 4 or 5 times a month, please select a different tier.  

The Get Up in the Cool Tune Archive
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Get a secret link to download mp3's of each episode's tunes, entire episodes, and bonus tracks, plus access to the bonus track blog, and a shout out on the show! 


 NOTE: If you set a monthly limit, please do not set it any lower than 5 times a month. Every once in a while there's a month with 5 Wednesdays, meaning 5 episodes, but you'll normally only be charged for 4 episodes a month. If you do not wish to pay this amount price 4 or 5 times a month, please select a different tier.  

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About

Get Up in the Cool is a journey into the heart of traditional Appalachian fiddle music, hosted by yours truly, clawhammer banjoist Cameron DeWhitt.

My goal is to have a weekly podcast. No small task! My overhead isn't ridiculous, but I do have to pay for my website, gas, tolls, festival fees, etc. Also, it takes a considerable amount of time to learn the tunes and to plan, record, edit, and mix each episode. It's a labor of love, but a little scratch thrown my way would certainly help the sustainability of the project.

The free-to-listen version of the podcast is great, but the rewards will make it even better! We're talking on-air shout-outs, bonus tracks, individually edited mp3's of the tunes, online banjo workshops, and advertisements! Let's take it to the next level, my friends.

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