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“The voice of lore at the campfire and the sharp laughter of modern myth…       S. J. Tucker is songs and stories, community and wit.”-Phil Putnam

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IN THE WORKS: S. J. will be on the road in the USA right up until the holidays, with concerts in North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Oregon, Washington state, and New Mexico, plus several online shows!  Click here to check out her exclusive Traveling Songs fundraiser!    View the Tour Schedule here as it fills up.

NOW AVAILABLE: Tuatha Dea & Nightsong Studios present THE GREEN ALBUM!  Your download, or your purchase of the disc directly from the artists, sends a 25% donation to the Rainforest Trust!  Get the album here today! 

 

 

 

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“Tucker is not only fantastic; she’s like a character out of a fantasy novel. She weaves myth and magic into her lyrics as easily as a strain of cello, a lick of something electric, the chuffing of a train engine…Tucker has a knack – no, a genius – for weaving old ways with new.”

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“One of the foremost songwriters in the world of cabaret, Mythpunk, Faerie, Pagan, and general kickassery, S. J. has released over ten albums and isn’t stopping anytime soon!  If you like silly, sweet, fierce, funny, magical, mythical music, then S. J. Tucker is sure to enchant you.”

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Grateful Traveler

Sep 21, 17

Got home from Magical Mountain Mabon in New Mexico late on Tuesday evening, and I’m starting my trip to Piedmont Pagan Pride Day in Belmont, NC this afternoon.  Zoom!  The Mabon event near Tijeras, NM was an absolute joy.  The campsite was gorgeous, and the community were eager and generous with their level of participation and support.  I am better for having made the trip, and that whole tribe has my great gratitude.  

For a bonus, I got some quality time with my friend Kat Heatherington, who has a book release coming up!  More info on Kat’s book release and her poetry here.

I also got an all-too-brief visit with my song-sister, heroine, and fellow Green Album songwriter Wendy Rule and her husband, composer Timothy Van Diest.  We had a gorgeous hike up above Santa Fe on Monday afternoon, and two excellent meals together before Ryan and I headed east for home.  If you don’t know Wendy’s music, written and understood from both sides of the veil,  go here. Tim & Wendy have a new collaborative album right there on the front page!

 

I’m looking forward to my time in NC.  It’s been too long!  Linked below are some of the sweet sights I brought home with me from the high desert.

 

 

#newmexico you are such a flirt. It’s working. #rainbow #newmexicosky #travelingram 🌈

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Local flora knockin’ me out in #newmexico this weekend. #pricklypear #castilleja #colors #naturebreak

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