Tufa Tales: Appalachian Fae

by Tuatha Dea

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Bunny1234 Music and story and story and music = life! Favorite track: The Hum and the Shiver.
Teck Langley
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Teck Langley An intoxicating mixture of tribal, folk, country, and celtic, all woven together in perfect harmony with a raw energy. Add to that two of the most beautiful voices you'll ever hear as lead singers and it's no wonder I've been obsessed with this band. This band also has an amazing live show and a really cool country-celtic-steampunk look. Favorite track: The Hum and the Shiver.
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Joshua Ohmer Saw them in Evansville last night, and it was mind blowing! Excellent album. Can't stop humming "Long Black Curl" :-)
Andrew Guthrie
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Andrew Guthrie Thank you for this fantastic CD, because I am a storyteller of the Old Goddesses and Gods of Scotland we have a close ties with the Irish story's BB Andy from Scotland Favorite track: The Hum and the Shiver.
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Charles B Fleming I'm looking forward to Paganicon 2015!
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Tuatha Dea's latest effort, inspired by the novels of Alex Bledsoe about the ancient Irish Faerie folk living in modern day Appalachia

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released May 16, 2014

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