Tufa Tales: Appalachian Fae Released!

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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!

5 Replies to “Tufa Tales: Appalachian Fae Released!”

  1. Hi everyone! I am really looking forward to the new album. I made a donation when you were working on it but I have not received a link to download the album. Any idea when we will get that? LOVE your music and can’t wait for my copy!-Melissa

    1. Melissa,

      Thanks for being a backer for the new album! At this time, all download codes have been sent out from tuathadeabackers@Gmail.com. If it is not found in your inbox or junk folder, please send an e-mail to that address to let us know, and we’ll send out a new code!

  2. I learned of you thru damh the bard, & I must say your band is fantastic, I love your music, you guys rock it!! Your 1 of my favorite pagan bands Now!! I hope 2 be able to see you in concert someday. I’m in northern california, & I would love to see you all come here. I love your band!!! You guys are AWSOME!! Thank you for your beautiful music!!

    1. Polly,
      The simplest explanation of the meaning of “Mishiamagu” is that it is a Cherokee expression of thanks for the universe allowing us to be together.

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