Online Show: S. J. Tucker & Tuatha Dea

December 27, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Online Concert Thing
$10 and up


Join us for an afternoon of mythic music as two beloved independent acts join forces, broadcasting from the Smokies & from the Ouachitas: the primal & melodic rock band Tuatha Dea meets the jazzy mischief of singer S. J. Tucker!

Tuatha Dea & S. J. have shared stages across the US & Canada, but this concert will be their first-ever opportunity to play a full length online show together! Don’t miss it!

More about Tuatha Dea:
Dubbed “the electric steampunk Partridge Family” and “the Appalachian Fae”, Tuatha Dea are a close knit band with its roots in a family drum circle. Their sound fuses the band members’ Celtic heritage & world percussion skills with hard rock & the lonesome sounds of Appalachia. To see a Tuatha Dea concert is to be part of the songs & part of the magic, and to become part of a fierce, colorful family. Tuatha Dea has shared recording projects with megastars like Dolly Parton & concerts with the likes of Paul Simon, yet their down-to-earth spirit of welcome never wavers. Listen & find the groove that’s right for you at

More about S. J. Tucker:
The voice of lore at the campfire. The sharp laughter of modern myth. A whimsical wisdom keeper whose performances run the gamut from silly to sacred and back again. Named “the voice of neotribal Paganism” by Witches & Pagans Magazine, S. J. (“Sooj”) Tucker is proud to contribute to the soundtrack of our worldwide conscious (r)evolution. With deft guitar, skillful hand drums, and a siren’s compelling vocals, she wields an award-winning body of original music known for changing lives and healing wounded hearts, inspired by everything from beloved book characters to the turmoil of current events. Listen free & join the fan family at