Tuatha Dea

Good News for the Rainforest

In June I played a concert at the first CalderaFest Pagan music festival in Lafayette, Georgia. 29 bands over the course of three days and it was absolutely amazing. If you want to hear what happened I dedicated an entire DruidCast show to the festival and you

DruidCast – A Druid Podcast Episode 111 – CalderaFest Special

Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 111 Gaia Lives - Ginger Doss - http://www.gingerdoss.com Colour of the Wind - Brian Henke - http://www.brianhenkeguitarist.com How can we believe that we own it all - Damh the Bard - http://www.paganmusic.co.uk Green - Tuatha Dea - http://www.tuathadea.net Porcelain Princess - Sharon Knight

The Tribe of Pagan Musicians

  I love sharing the stage with other Pagan musicians from across the world. With Cernunnos Rising - Pagancon 2013   There are people who might think that we are somehow in competition with each other, but that's not been my experience at all. Our

DruidCast – A Druid Podcast Episode 76

Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 76 Irish Handfasting - Tuatha Dea (featuring Damh the Bard) - www.tuathadea.net Talky bit - Kristoffer Hughes - www.kristofferhughes.co.uk Eve - Mary Jane - www.mary-jane.info Ocean Chant - Vanessa Cardui - http://vanessacardui.ca DruidCast theme - The Hills they are Hollow - www.paganmusic.co.uk For further information on the modern

Tuatha Dea and Damh the Bard – Irish Handfasting Song

I love collaborating with other Pagan musicians. It was great fun joining Cernunnos Rising for a song at last weekend's PaganCon (if you missed the last blog you can find a video here). Last year at the Pagan Spirit Gathering in Illinois I met the wonderful Tuatha Dea

Help Tuatha Dea with their community Pagan music album

I met the band Tuatha Dea last year at the Pagan Spirit Gathering in Illinois and I knew in that moment we were going to get along. The band emerged from a ritual drumming group into what is one of the finest and most entertaining Pagan bands