On March 25, 2015, Tuatha Dea performed at the regional finals for the 2015 Hard Rock Rising. Against fierce competition, the band brought their full energy and passion to the stage and won the Battle, winning a cash prize, 10 hours of recording time at SoKnox Studios in Knoxville, TN and a chance to perform in Barcelona, Spain!
Over the coming weeks, executives from television networks and record companies will be reviewing the winners of the regional competitions and selecting 9 finalists to perform in a final battle in Barcelona, Spain. If you, the TRIBE, would like to see Tuatha Dea there, it’s simple! Let everyone know why! Visit the website, visit the Facebook, visit Tuatha Dea’s ReverbNation (Linked Above) and show your love and support! Peace, Love and Rhythm!
Earlier in March, Tuatha Dea performed in Hard Rock’s regional Battle of the Bands at the Hard Rock Cafe in Pigeon Forge, TN. After hearing the performances of all bands who were invited to play, Tuatha Dea was unanimously voted to be the winner of the regional challenge!
So what does this mean?
On March 25th, Tuatha Dea will once again return to the Hard Rock Cafe in Pigeon Forge, TN for the final battle, facing the winners of the other regional contests. The winner will be considered for a development deal from Island Records and earn the chance to play for 60,000 fans in Barcelona, Spain. Come out and support the band, blow up their Facebook, and show the world why Tuatha Dea deserves to be crowned the victor!
For more details of Hard Rock Rising 2015, go to www.hardrockrising.com
Tuatha Dea is deeply saddened to announce the departure of one of our founding members and daughter of Damasqhs, Tesea Dawson. Tesea has poured her heart and soul into the last 5 years of writing, recording, touring and general cat-herding that is the tribe of Tuatha Dea and she will be sorely missed!
After weeks of hard work shooting parts 1-3 of “Wisp of A Thing”, the latest offering from “Tufa Tales: Appalachian Fae”, Tuatha Dea is proud to present the world premiere video based on Alex Bledsoe’s novel of the same name! Check it out below!
Tuatha Dea is currently hard at work shooting their new video for “Wisp of a Thing (parts 1-3)” between dates on their busy tour schedule. While the video is being shot and going through post-production, the band wants to give YOU an inside look behind the scenes! Check out the video below, and remember to purchase Tufa Tales: Appalachian Fae in the music store above!
Special thanks to Jesse Jones and NightSong Studio for making this happen! Now, the world premier of “Long Black Curl”, from Tuatha Dea’s latest album “Tufa Tales: Appalachian Fae”, available now for purchase in the OFFICIAL Music Store located above!
Recently, Tuatha Dea and a slew of fellow Tufa went out into the Appalachian hills to create a music video. The shoot was a resounding success! As a companion to it, we’d like to give you a behind-the-scenes look!
As a thanks for all your continued support, for a LIMITED TIME, Tuatha Dea is giving YOU a FREE download of their rendition of the Rolling Stones’ classic “Sympathy For the Devil”! Listen to it below, or follow the link below the player to claim your FREE download!
Right-click THIS LINK and select “Save Link As” (“Save Target As” on some browsers) to download.
At long last, the wait for Tuatha Dea’s highly-anticipated new album is over! You can find the album, along with all of our previous albums, available for purchase by clicking the “Music Store” link above, and you can find Alex Bledsoe’s books, upon which the album is based, by clicking this link. This album would not have been possible without your support, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts! Slainte!
Tuatha Dea’s latest release, Tufa Tales: Appalachian Fae, inspired by the novels of Alex Bledsoe about the ancient Irish Faerie folk living in modern day Appalachia, will be released digitally here on our OFFICIAL website on Friday, May 16! You won’t want to miss this album! In the mean time, make sure to catch up on our previous albums in our Official Music Store, and read Alex Bledsoe’s Tufa novels to further immerse yourself! Peace, Love and Rhythm!