John Wesley Harding has a new CD, "Who was Changed and Who was Dead," out next month and it has the best list of tiered pricing options we've seen for a while. (Also: some great pop songs!)
BASIC: $15.98 (+ $2.50 postage & packing)
DOWNLOAD plus CD with BONUS LIVE DISC!
BASIC PLUS: $29.98 (+ $5.00)
DOWNLOAD plus CD with BONUS LIVE DISC and T-SHIRT!
FANCY: $49.98 (+ $5.00)
DOWNLOAD plus CD with BONUS LIVE DISC, T-SHIRT and limited edition DVD!
SUPERFANCY: $79.98 (+$9.99)
DOWNLOAD plus CD with BONUS LIVE DISC, T-SHIRT, DVD and signed ARTWORK!
CRAZY DELUXE & PERSONAL: $5,000.00
DOWNLOAD, plus CD with BONUS LIVE DISC, T-SHIRT, DVD and signed
framed ARTWORK plus READ ON!
Includes the entire SUPERFANCY package PLUS, and it's a BIG PLUS:
John Wesley Harding will come and perform at your house, for you and your friends, on a mutually agreeable date. NO JOKE! If it's near, he'll even pay the transport; though if it's far, you'll have to pay. The price of this epic package, including your own personal John Wesley Harding concert, is $5,000, and at that price, we're waiving the postage and packing. This is the only offer of its kind, and
quite possibly the only offer of its kind ever.
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