Mickie James announced Thursday plans to record a second country music album; providing she raises enough money from fans to fund the project.
Through Kickstarter.com, the TNA Women’s Knockout Champion is seeking $5,000 in contributions by September 2, 2011 to begin work on the project. She wrote, “I’m getting ready to go into the studio to record a new project, and I wanted to find a way to offer you a chance to not just pre-order the CD, but to have an exclusive chance to get some other goodies that have never been available (and won’t be available again!).”
Those who pledge $10 receive a copy of the album and MP3.
Those who pledge $25 receive an autographed album and their name in the album’s “thank you’s.”
Those who pledge $50 receive access to an exclusive web concert.
Those who pledge $75 receive a personalized video message from James.
Those who pledge $100 receive a one-of-kind T-shirt painted by James.
Those who pledge $200 have their name listed as an Executive Producer in the new album.
Those who pledge $2,500 receive a 30-minute acoustic concert at their home. However, they will also have to provide James with two plane tickets, a rental car and two hotel rooms.
Those who pledge $10,000 receive all of the above, plus a co-starring role in James’ music video.
Her campaign can be accessed here, which also features a video of James discussing the project. The TNA Knockout has so far raised $1,610.