San Francisco band Down and Outlaws have been given a big opportunity to record their debut album at Studio 606, the recording facility owned by Foo Fighter Dave Grohl and captured in the documentary Sound City.
The band will be in the Los Angeles studio for nine days in December and the members are looking to the public to help defray the cost. Down and Outlaws hope to raise $4000 via Kickstarter by November 29 and are already three-quarters of the way to reaching the goal.
Incentives to donate include vinyl copies of the album, T-shirts, pins and, for high rollers, the chance to have the band make you dinner while serenading you with an acoustic performance. Your contribution will help Down and Outlaws realize a dream to create an album in the same space that legendary acts like Nirvana, Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty and Neil Young have created classics.