Sunna Gunnlaugs

Pay What You Want

July 30, 2010 11:02 pm | Filed under: Music | Comments (0)
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What a great season summer is. The sun is shining and my balcony is blooming with fresh herbs. I love it! On top of that my new album "The Dream" is also blooming on US and Canadian radio. I'm so thrilled. It jumped straight to #20 on CMJ jazz chart and straight to #3 on jazz radio in Canada. I'm so glad that the two days I spent stuffing envelopes and putting 5 stamps on each one is paying off. To celebrate it I am doing a 2 day summer sale "Pay What You Want – No Minimum" for all my albums on bandcamp including "The Dream" The sale ends August 1st 2010. (read more…)

So I Gave My Music Away for Free

December 22, 2009 12:07 am | Filed under: Music | Comments (3)
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As some of you hopefully noticed, I had a 3 day Holiday Special where I made my albums available for a free download. This was the first time I've done this and the experience was exhilarating. I posted the sale on Facebook, sent it out in my newsletter (a ha, a good reason to subscribe), wrote a blogpost here, created a news announcement on All About Jazz and tweeted it. This was definitely a lot of fun.

On Twitter the news got out fast and it was great to see how my shouts were retweeted and re-retweeted (is that a word?) by various people. After I posted it on All About Jazz (read more…)

Holiday Special – Pay What You Want

December 14, 2009 11:28 pm | Filed under: Music | Comments (4)
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'Tis the season for giving, and so I'm putting my albums on sale for 3 days!* If you'd like you can go to my Bandcamp page and "pay-what-you-like" for any and all downloads. That means you can name your price: $5, $10, $20 or what ever you are capable of or feel they are worth. Even if it's $0.00, I'd rather you have it than not. You can also download unreleased material for free there while you're at it.

If you like to give a physical copy to someone for Xmas, upon request I will autograph it, gift-wrap it, lovingly put it in a cushioned envelope, personally escort it to the post office and kiss it goodbye.
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