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The Kickstarter project was ultimately supported by 24,883 backers for a grand total of

The Kickstarter project was ultimately supported by 24,883 backers for a grand total of $1,192,793 — at the time, the most funds ever raised for a musical project on Kickstarter.A widely reported and commented upon controversy emerged from the related tour when she asked for local musicians to volunteer to play with her for exposure, fun, beer, and hugs instead of money.

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The Kickstarter project was ultimately supported by 24,883 backers for a grand total of $1,192,793 — at the time, the most funds ever raised for a musical project on Kickstarter.

A widely reported and commented upon controversy emerged from the related tour when she asked for local musicians to volunteer to play with her for exposure, fun, beer, and hugs instead of money.

In it she has written a history of the album The Dresden Dolls and of the duo, as well as a partial autobiography.

The book also contains the lyrics, sheet music, and notes on each song in the album, all written by Palmer, as well as a DVD with a 20-minute interview of Amanda about making the book.

For the Scottish musician Amanda Mac Kinnon, see Manda Rin.

For the film and media executive, see Amanda Palmer (film executive). With an interest in the performing arts, both in music and in theatre, Palmer spent time busking as a living statue called "The Eight Foot Bride" in Harvard Square, Cambridge; Edinburgh, Scotland; Australia (where she met Jason Webley); At a Halloween party in 2000, Palmer met drummer Brian Viglione and afterwards they formed The Dresden Dolls.

,192,793 — at the time, the most funds ever raised for a musical project on Kickstarter.A widely reported and commented upon controversy emerged from the related tour when she asked for local musicians to volunteer to play with her for exposure, fun, beer, and hugs instead of money.

Palmer began using the ukulele during a concert as a goof, but soon it became a regular part of her repertoire.

In an effort to expand the performance experience and interactivity, Palmer began inviting Lexington High School students to perform drama pieces at the Dresden Dolls' live shows.

This evolved to The Dirty Business Brigade, a troupe of seasoned and new artists, performing at many gigs.

Palmer conceived the musical/production The Onion Cellar, based on a short story from The Tin Drum by Günter Grass.

From December 9, 2006 through January 13, 2007, The Dresden Dolls performed the piece in conjunction with the American Repertory Theater at the Zero Arrow Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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