Salina’s own Les Lankhorst is working on a new recording project – fueled by a Kickstarter campaign.
The crooner joined in on the KSAL Morning News Wednesday with the promise of a private concert for one lucky listener who pledges $100 to the campaign in the next two days.
“I’m going to draw a name out of a hat from the $100 pledges and I’m going to give you a personal live show,” he said.
Lankhorst tells KSAL News the new album entitled, “Love and Lullabies” will feature tunes such as “You Belong To Me” “Golden Slumbers” and “Wee Small Hour of the Morning.”
He says it’s a chance to use the gift of his soothing voice.
A realization that has come from comments made over the years, “Family members and just fans have told me on more than one occasion – I love your symphony CD for instance, it puts my children to sleep every night,” he said.
“Great, thanks a lot! I think.”
Lankhorst added the new album gives him the chance to embrace that soothing sound with music that is comforting.
Learn more online at Kickstarter.com or follow the link https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/640789832/les-lankhorst-new-cd-love-and-lullabies