Kimberly Schad will throw a big party Friday night in Syracuse, at The Palace Theater on James Street, where everybody can come and appreciate her performing her music for free.
It’s a release celebration for her EP, The Mystic Kingdom. Schad started recording an album five years ago, and didn’t like the final result. She didn’t release it. Instead she learned to play the drums, and work the software programs, and do it herself.
Now she likes it.
I wrote about the industrious musician’s track to the release for my Mark It Up community column for Syracuse Public Media site WAER.org.
You can read it by clicking the link below.
Do you know somebody who kept at a project for a long time until it came out exactly the way they wanted, and if so, please explain. Have you ever worked on something for years, and if so, how did it feel to finish? What project do you have in mind that would be worth this kind of time commitment for you, and why?