Pagan Americana: Murphey’s Midnight Rounders

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There are many Pagan musicians I love passionately: Damh the Bard, SJ Tucker, Emerald Rose, Celia, Wendy Rule, Kenny Klein, Spiral Rhythm, Gaia Consort/Bone Poets Orchestra, and many more. But if you ask me which Pagan band I'm most excited about right now, I will tell you it's Murphey's Midnight Rounders.Brad, Teresa and Bonnie are doing something pretty unique when it comes to Pagan music. Though they draw from many sources of inspiration, and are solidly folk-rock, the overall … [Read more...]

Pagan Hangout Playlist and More Good Stuff

So I put all of the Pagan Hangout videos into a playlist, so if you want to catch up you can just hit play and watch while you're folding laundry. They are a lot of fun, so if you haven't watched you are missing out!P. Sufenas Virius Lupus discusses how Pride has become commercialized.The Wild Hunt notes a Wiccan has been denied clergy status by the state of Virginia (the same state the Jefferson was proud of including religious freedom in its consitution).Aidan Kelly has … [Read more...]

Pagans and Bluegrass and Gospel! Oh My!

I was volunteering at a bluegrass festival in my town and I'm running a bit behind in getting this post out. Which is great because I want to talk a bit about it!For the first time ever just standing on the town square I casually met another Pagan, who encouraged me to join a local women's choir that sings gospel music. I'm seriously considering it. Bluegrass gospel is the soundtrack of my childhood. My grandparents often took me to gospel "singings" growing up and the sound of a banjo and … [Read more...]


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