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David Banach

David Banach

David Banach is a husband, father, active member of his local Pagan community and host of The Magick Jukebox Podcast. He has nearly 10 years of experience with the genre of Pagan music.

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We Want YOU!

Want to know how YOU can come to CalderaFest Pagan Music Festival virtually for FREE?! Like helping people? Want to make the world a better place? Don't mind giving a little of your time? Maybe you'd like to VOLUNTEER! We want to make this the best festival ever and we can't do it without YOUR help!

 

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Mama Gina SWAG for YOU

Just got a care package from Mama Gina LaMonte and I feel like sharing it with you. I have FOUR autographed copies of her brand new album "I Remember Love" and two "Goddess Kiss'd" t-shirts (large).

I know there is a fifth CD in the picture, but that one is mine! All mine!

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CalderaFest 2016 Update

Some great new news in the CalderaFest Pagan Music Festival.

 

First of all, we have added a few names to the schedule. We finalized the talent list with 29 names:

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Music Festival Update!

There have been BIG updates since the last time I posted about this.


First and foremost, the name of the festival has changed.

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Dragon Hills Pagan Music Festival 2016

ANNOUNCING:

DRAGON HILLS PAGAN MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016!

Three Days and Two Nights of Pagan Music, Workshops, Vending, and Festivities.

 

Join us May 26-29, 2016 at Dragon Hills Campground in rural Bowdon, Georgia.

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Review - "Solitaire" by Mama Gina

It's hard to believe that Mama Gina is still a relatively new artist in the world of Pagan music. With her third album, Solitaire, due to be released very soon, she is soon to be no longer be known as the new kid on the block, but rather take her place in the pantheon of Pagan music royalty.

Solitaire has depth and character. Gina'a soulful voice shines in this well mixed and engineered album. The addition of backup players and singers brings a 1970's pop feel to her song "Goddess Walking". I honestly was reminded of the band America. Since they are one of my favorites, that's a good thing. "Old Ways" takes an intimate look at the spirituality in modern times. "Weed" shows off her bluesy side while telling a great tale. She gets to her tribal roots with the powerful "Old Snake Woman" and gives the listener a smile with "Mama Gaia's Going Through Menopause".

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    Mama Gina is awesome!

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Shrinking Noses

The last few years have seen several notable losses in the world of modern Paganism. These "Big Nose Pagans" or "Big Name Pagans" have been the cornerstone of the Pagan pop culture and literary movement for many decades.

We have lost Margot Adler, Isaac Bonewitz, Stewart Farrar and Doreen Valiente just to name a few since I have become a Pagan. Not to mention some members of the new Pagan media like David Grega and Peter Paddon.

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