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034_sj_tuckerIn this episode of Down At The Crossroads, we cross paths with beloved Pixie Pirate Mythpunk Folk Rocker S.J. Tucker to talk about the recent soundtrack she did for the independent film Ember Days as well as discuss her upcoming new album Wonders of which we will be exclusively premiering several songs from in this episode.  Since we will be speaking about two separate albums by S.J. all the music featured in the episode is by her and available for purchase through her website.  If you live in the Nashville, TN area, see her play live on August 31st at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville.  Besides being my first time speaking with S.J. Tucker, which I was thrilled about, this is also the first time in the new format where we take the opportunity to discuss and reflect upon the Pagan community and it’s great to hear what she had to say about it.   

The featured songs include:

  • “Salad of Doom” from her album, Mischief
  • “We Were Angels Once (Wake The Fallen)” from the Ember Days Soundtrack
  • “We Are Shangri-La (Emerald City Mix)” from the Ember Days Soundtrack
  • “To My Valentine” from her album, Mischief
  • “Song of the Witches” from her upcoming album, Wonders*
  • “Wonders” from her upcoming album, Wonders*
  • “For Iago” from her upcoming album, Wonders*
  • “Rootless” from the Rootless single




Lloyd Hargrove · August 28, 2014 at 10:14 pm

I found a spare moment and a few spare coins to download S.J.’s Ember Days album, this after listening once again to this particular podcast while on the road. Thanks again for everything you do to make our otherwise mundane worlds richer. Now to pick up another soon and then work on the same (as time and coins allow) for the other great artists you’ve interviewed.

P. Sufenas Virius Lupus · June 7, 2015 at 11:33 pm

Another excellent interview…thank you for these!

But, just a quick comment to say: I was at the Loreena McKennitt concert where that jackass yelled “Free Bird!” while she was trying to explain the background for one of her songs, and she kind of had a minor breakdown on stage. It pissed me off…I was one of the people who started the chorus of “We love you!” in response after the jackass wouldn’t shut up after that. Crikey…!?!

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