Radney Foster Expanding ‘Sycamore Creek’ Album Into Book Project

Radney Foster is releasing a book of short fiction in September to go along with his next album, Sycamore Creek. The book features a companion short story for each song on the CD.

“I realized that at heart, I’m a storyteller,” says Foster. “This book gives me the chance to go further than what I can say in a three minute song. If you ever wanted to know more about the characters – what they were feeling, where they came from – here is your chance.”

Fans have responded enthusiastically to the new project, fully funding the Kickstarter project in just four days. The campaign (picked by Kickstarter as a “Project We Love”) offers expanded fan-experience packages including autographed copies of the cd/book combo, VIP tickets to shows, private fly fishing trips guided by Foster, autographed guitars, and more.

Foster just wrapped a month-long run onstage at the Alliance Theatre in the musical Troubadour, which featured original music by Sugarland’s Kristian Bush. Foster will also appear in the upcoming feature film Beauty Mark.

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