Music project needs support


Michael J Thomas

Published: Friday, September 20, 2013 at 12:26 PM.

Destin’s Michael J Thomas needs your help as he plays the role of the record label’s marketing department for his latest recording, “I’ll Make You Love Me Tonight.” This song was co-written with and produced by Siete from Atlanta. Siete is credited with working with top R&B acts such as R. Kelly, Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes, and even Mariah Carey. 

Thomas’ goal upon completion of the music video is to hire a viral video marketing company to promote the single across the Internet. The music video will be filmed on the Emerald Coast of Florida in Destin. It will be on the professional level with a dance choreographer, video crew and director. 

“We have 44 days to complete this goal with your pledge,” Thomas said. “Please share this Kickstarter link with your friends and family who are interested in being a part of an independent music project. It will also give more biographical information and history about me. Thank you for your support and interest.”

Thomas performs a blend of smooth jazz saxophone music and R&B vocals Tuesday through Saturday “upon availability” at Ruth's Chris Steak House, 15000 Emerald Coast Parkway.

To make a pledge for the new video, visit

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