Manx musician Davy Knowles is offering a range of unique experiences as he records his next album.
He’s taken to the Pledgemusic.com website to help fund a two-year tour when his second album is released.
Davy says part of the money raised will also go to a global hunger charity called WhyHunger.
Not only can you pre-order his next album, he’s also offering a variety of other reasons to contribute.
While £7.50 will get you a digital copy of Davy’s forthcoming album, less than £50 will get you a three-song concert via video-conferencing software.
You can join Davy on-stage at one of his headline gigs for around £80, but guitar lessons from the blues great have all been sold.
If you’re a musician and want him to record a guitar track for your own song, it’ll set you back around £150.
But for the ultimate experience – an hour-long gig by Davy at your home or office – you’ll have to pay up just under £1,900.
You can find out more at pledgemusic.com/projects/davyknowles