HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. - Hastings teen musician and writer Caleb is reaching for his dreams like any good businessman would, by recruiting backers for his second independently produced album.
Fresh off several radio interviews in the United States and Britain and with the advice of Elton John's Rocket Music label producers, the artist known as Caleb (Flood-Goldstick).
"Some people are confused about why I'm raising funds to record my next album," Caleb said. "Since I am not signed to a label, I'm an independent recording artist. I need to pay producers costs and all other costs associated with recording my next album. My goal is to have a fan-funded album and I offer cool rewards for your pledges."
Caleb is a 14-year-old Hastings High School student who has been performing since he was 8. He plays plays guitar, ukulele, base, drums and piano. He released his first album, "Caleb" a year ago.
The high school sophomore recorded his first album with famed producer, PJ Bianco, who found the Jonas Brothers and has worked with Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Metro Station and many others. Working with producers in the United Kingdom through Rocket Music Management is an important step.
For more on Caleb's music, log on to his Facebook page .
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