Charles Ellsworth is not making it home for Christmas this year, but that’s okay because all he really wants is to spend the holidays with you. Every one of you. You are all invited to the “The 12 Days of Wildcat”.
Beginning today, Wildcat will start a twelve day marathon of giving. All you have to do is subscribe to his email list at CharlesEllsworth.com so he’ll know where to deliver your presents. Each day leading up to Christmas you will find a different song or video in your inbox that has been made available only as part of “The 12 Days of Wildcat”, but that’s not all he has to give. As an additional “thank you” throughout “The 12 Days of Wildcat”, Charles will be holding raffles of special additional prizes. Each raffle drawing will viewable live via Periscope (@cellsworth54), and anyone who has already donated to his Not A Kickstarter is automatically entered. You can enter now by donating at notakickstarter.com or by becoming a patron [HERE].
If you’ve been a fan for years, here are twelve days to catch up and get reacquainted with a good friend. If you are unfamiliar with Charles Ellsworth here are twelve special opportunities to get to know him and his music all leading up until the recording of his first full length record since 2012.
It has been full year for Charles Ellsworth who in this time has released his “Live From The State Room” record, completed a national tour, and released his latest effort and critically acclaimed “Wildcat Chuck Charles” EP. Additionally Ellsworth launched notakickstarter.com, a fundraising platform for his next full length where you can make a minimum $10 donation and immediately download his entire catalog. “I didn’t really feel comfortable asking for money and sending something later down the road, I wanted to be able to offer something immediately in return. The response has been amazing, and with it I’ve been able to make the deposit on recording the next record.” states Ellsworth who is slated to go into the studio with Producer Bob Hoag (The Format, The Ataris) of Flying Blanket Recording in Mesa, AZ in March of 2016.