It was an interesting experiment, but sadly it was also a failed experiment and so I regret to announce that the Ground To Zero project is no more. I no longer have the time or the motivation to continue its development and will hereby divert my attention to income-generating activities, including my day job and my cover band.
I would like to thank everyone who participated and contributed their considerable musical talents to make this project so much fun over the last year and a bit. I’m sorry I was only able to make available a small portion of what we created. I will need to delete the rest to make space on my hard drive for afore mentioned paid endeavours, so if there are any videos or songs you want a copy of, please contact me directly in the next few days.
Thanks also to all of you who followed this project’s exploits from the beginning. Your kind words were an immeasurable source of encouragement and I could not have gone on this long without you. I only hope that you continue to support artists who embrace the digital culture and not those who make you a criminal for sharing and promoting their music.
This has been a hard decision, but the fact is that everyone needs to make a living and creating music is not a viable way to do so in this millennium. To those who believe otherwise, I wish you the best of luck and if you find a business model that works for you, let me know.
So long, and all the best.
As a general rule, all news items posted on 1st of April should always be considered suspect. If you haven’t guessed yet, this was an April fool’s joke. Tune in next time for a better post.