I'm launching my very own show on
Beginning Tuesdays January 15th at Noon EST.
Have Lunch with the Goddess
Tuesdays at Noon EST on Blogtalk Radio. I will be interviewing the spectacular
Jenna Greene on the maiden voyage of my weekly show! If you can't join us
at noon, the show is immediately archived and can be played at anytime.
Next week, January 22nd, I'll be interviewing author and community leader,
Kellianna brings us incredible, spiritually fulfilling musical tracks...Kellianna
is truly one of the greatest musical gifts to pagans who follow an earth centered
tradition. While her music can be listened to at any time, she has...many songs
perfect for the sabbats...With another CD coming out in September, Kellianna has
been one very busy artist to be able to bring us this 2012 CD and then a follow
up album just a year later."
— Kerri Connor, The Official Blog of Author Kerri Connor|
a huge part of my life. As a music reviewer, I am listening day in and day out,
when I am not working on my book, at work or sleeping. Music, like the written word,
is the air that I breathe, and breathing in Kellianna is a treat to be had. The
Ancient Ones is a blend of Celtic and Native American mythologies.
When I received this album, I was delighted. Kellianna's previous albums have all
been a treat, working within the structures of Celtic mythology, chanting and spirit
strengthening vocals and rhythms. With the opening track of “Thank You Mother”
taking off with acoustic guitar flair and wind instruments to blend with Kelliana’s
hypnotic vocals, I knew this album was going to be just as inspiring as some of
her past works. The harmonies are done well, and the flow of the music rolls over
you, taking you into the realm of the Goddess"
— Dana Wright, On The Broomstick|
is without a doubt a rising star in the genre of Pagan music. With songs of both
a devotional and ritualistic nature, her many albums evoke a genuine sense of longing
for the Old World of Paganism's origins. This feeling was in great supply at her
show this past Sunday at Sticks & Stones in Fairfax. Having been a personal
fan of Kellianna for years, I was already expecting a great show. What I was not
expecting was to hear not only a musician, but a light-hearted and highly entertaining
performer who wooed the crowed with both song and story. Many of her songs were
prefaced with a fascinating backstory. Whether it was about her adventures at the
Glastonbury Tor in England or Serpent Mound in Ohio, you really got a good sense
of where this music originated from. It is the music of what one experiences while
surrounded by true spiritual epiphany and wholeness. The energy conveyed through
these songs was palpable, moving many to tears.
— David Salisbury, Capital Witch.com|