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Stacked Like Pancakes looking to Kickstart studio album, Crohn’s disease research

Maryland-based brass-rock band Stacked Like Pancakes, composed of Towson University students and alumni, have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund their newest album and raise money for Crohn’s disease awareness.

Alumni Kellen McKay, Andrew Baker, Andy Dawson and Alec Leventis as well as College of Fine Arts and Communication (CoFAC) students Zach Foote, Darrell Reddix and Michael Busch are looking to fund new music for the world to listen to while supporting a cause. McKay’s sister was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in 2007.

The group’s goal is to raise $10,000 — $9,000 to fund the album and the additional $1,000 going to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA). Every $5,000 raised after the goal is met includes an additional $1,000 going to the CCFA. The CCFA (MD/DE chapter) is supporting the campaign with various memorabilia to offer with the rewards.

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