23-year old Dubuque-area native River Glen played at his CD release party Monday evening at Mindframe Theaters in Dubuque.
He said his new album wouldn't be possible without eastern Iowa's support of the local music scene.
Glen, known to friends and family as River Breitbach, helped raise money for his album online and said eastern Iowa's support of local musicians helped him exceed his goal.
"Dubuque has just a wonderful community of musicians and art in general and a lot of supporters behind it because you don't just need musicians, you need audience members and listeners, and there's a really strong, healthy community here, and so I would just encourage Dubuque to keep it going," he said Monday night.
River Glen currently lives in Des Moines and hopes to continue developing a fan base across eastern Iowa.
Tuesday, March 11 2014 7:03 PM EDT2014-03-11 23:03:21 GMT
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