The folk rock band Badland Nomad is taking an unusual step for a Tri-Cities act — it’s turning to Kickstarter to raise money for a new EP and tour. The band hopes to raise $2,300 to make physical copies of Nobody Knows and finance a Northwest tour. The band is pictured here, along with videographer Justin Frick, third from left. Band member Ekelemchi Okemgbo isn’t pictured.
The folk rock band Badland Nomad is taking an unusual step for a Tri-Cities act — it’s turning to Kickstarter to raise money for a new EP and tour. The band hopes to raise $2,300 to make physical copies of Nobody Knows and finance a Northwest tour. The band is pictured here, along with videographer Justin Frick, third from left. Band member Ekelemchi Okemgbo isn’t pictured. Courtesy of Cathy Laws
The folk rock band Badland Nomad is taking an unusual step for a Tri-Cities act — it’s turning to Kickstarter to raise money for a new EP and tour. The band hopes to raise $2,300 to make physical copies of Nobody Knows and finance a Northwest tour. The band is pictured here, along with videographer Justin Frick, third from left. Band member Ekelemchi Okemgbo isn’t pictured. Courtesy of Cathy Laws

Folk rockers Badland Nomad in midst of Kickstarter campaign

April 16, 2017 06:03 PM

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