How We Do It



Since we have chosen a non profit model for this project, we will need donations to support our cause. Members can donate with cash contributions or through submitting their works and telling others to be a part of Weathered Pages, and sharing information about us on social media. We can come together for fundraising events where we can perform the musical works that we all create and perform them live, simultaneously gaining recognition for individuals as well as the Weathered Pages community.

Our primary goal is to make music the best it can be. How do we do this? First, we invite anyone who has a song or songs that they want to share. Whether you have one or many, bring them. Next, we create an environment where inspiration, creation and emotion can run free, and we bring put many artists together in that environment to work collectively on the each song. Finally, we make the best resources in the industry available to the artists to produce and promote their songs.

Our other goal is also to help artists who desire to make music their livelihood, bridge the nearly insurmountable gap that exists in today’s industry by providing them the means they need to function as an artist until they reach the point where they can fly on their own. As artists, we have watched sadly as the music industry has spiraled into an environment where very few can make a living at the craft, and for those who do, it seems to demand that they cater their work to a commercialized demographic that has little to do with music.

We understand that we can’t change the music world ourselves, but perhaps by working together and being true to the music, we can set it on the course of a new direction as we seek to make our goals realities. (Click to find out how you can help)

How to get involved?

We need more members! Donate your support, send us your music, or ask us for our music for you to create with. Contact us and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.

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