Headliners

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Primal Rhythm

Primal Rythm Ensemble is a female drum ensemble based in Cleveland, Ohio. It was created by Sue Balaschak out of a desire to bring her studio CD’s to the stage and share the power of drumming in a live setting. When we drum, we connect our mind, body, and spirit to all living things. The Primal Rhythm Ensemble brings a diverse and talented group of women to the stage to engage the audience in the wave of energy created by drumming.

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Wandering Spiral

Wandering Spiral, featuring Michelle Davidson and Rick de Yampert, is a music duo who perform East-West fusion, Buddha lounge, mellow soundscapes, and their arrangements of Beatles classics and Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir.” They perform at cafes, art festivals, yoga sessions, sound meditations, and sacred gatherings throughout Central Florida. Wandering Spiral’s instrument palette includes sitar, Native American flutes, tongue drums, bass, singing bowls, and tribal percussion.

Michelle is a psychic intuitive, writer, artist, and musician who plays bass, tongue drums, and crystal and Tibetan singing bowls. Her paintings, mixed-media collages, and jewelry are on exhibit at Pasta Art Gallery in St. Augustine. Her book “Florida’s Haunted Hospitality” chronicles her spooky adventures exploring haunted inns and B&Bs around the Sunshine State. See her artwork online at fineartamerica.com. Learn about Michelle’s psychic intuitive services at psychiccleansings.com.

Rick is a freelance writer, musician, poet, artist, and lecturer on sacred topics. He wrote about the arts, entertainment, and pop music for 25 years at newspapers in Daytona Beach and Nashville, Tennessee, before becoming a freelance writer in 2015. As a musician, Rick plays sitar, Native American flutes, guitar, djembe, and tongue drums. As an artist, Rick takes photos of crows and shape-shifts them using a half-dozen digital programs, then prints the results on canvas. As a lecturer, he has presented programs on metaphysical topics at Pagan gatherings and UU churches throughout Central Florida. Rick’s book “Crow Magic, Raven Magic” is forthcoming from Llewellyn. Hear Rick’s music online at rickdeyampert.com. See his Mr. Crow art at mistercrowart.com.



Cloud The Pagan Rapper 


Cloud is a Pagan Rapper and Spoken Word Poet from the Southern New Jersey/ Philadelphia Area, He has been a practicing Witch for over 20 years, He is head of The Circle of the Nine Muses,a Witan Shrine of  The Correllian Nativist Tradition, located in South Jersey and works as Host for International Pagan Radio’s YouTube Channel, creates video content on his personal channel, and Co Hosts the Witchcraft Grenade! podcast. His music was designed to push boundaries within Pagan Music by bringing a mainstream feel, His love for Hip Hop and love of his craft have combined to create a unique brand of Pagan Hip Hop with lessons about Witchcraft, combatting misconceptions, and raising awareness taking the forefront. 



The Lone Wolf and Moonastira

Harold Sanford Carter III or “The Lone Wolf” as he is called, got into music during a difficult time in his life. During that time, he chose to focus of self-growth, including expanding his musical interests. He joined a self-development program, where the members banged on tables and sang originally written songs; which often related to their troubled lifestyles. In those days, with dreams of pursuing a career in music, Harold recalls reviewing music and music production magazines. It was then that he decided to dedicate himself to making those dreams a reality. Throughout most of the Lone Wolf’s life, he has struggled with alcoholism. Unfortunately, this addiction had a negative impact on his musical career.

During his time of reflection, Harold studied metaphysics, Wicca, Witchcraft, ceremonial magick, and the occult. Although Harold at times found it difficult to evolve beyond his past, he held on to his deep faith in Wicca. It was with divine intervention through this faith, that he was set free. Harold got into Esoteric/Pagan music naturally because his music has always reflected his life. He enjoys his musical Pagan path because it’s his way to reflect on the things he learns spiritually. He also finds that it is his most powerful repetitional magic.

The Lone Wolf comes from an eat, or be eaten culture. The intellectualism during confinement in America is very different from the cognitive thinking of people in standard society. Harold’s most difficult endeavor is releasing this domestication and applying true spiritual enlightenment to his life. As such, his music is a reflection of his life, including overcoming his hardships. The elders within the Pagan community often shine candles, which provide him guidance on his path. In recent days, his alignment to spirit has served him well. Harold is currently an advocate for incarcerated pagans with substance abuse issues. Not as a Counselor, per say. He demonstrates to the pagan community and to the world that positive change is possible. Harold has led and continues to lead with his actions. This is shown strongly in his music, which is reflected by his lifestyle.

Harold and his true love Monica also operate their website, located at: https://moonastira.com/



Krista Chapman Green

I have always heard the whispers of other realms. Walking a truly eclectic path, based on a variety of learning, through both my ancestry and some adopted views. The rich, textured dark Americana music reflects a life of experiences both good and bad. Accepting that it takes both to live a full and complete life. Ever on the side of the underdog or less understood, I hope my words convey the joy we often find after sorrow. A creative voice adds another level, to the way we experience and appreciate the world around us.



Louis Garou

Raised in the shadows of Appalachia, singer/songwriter/guitarist Louis Garou has practiced the Craft for over fifty years while also conjuring his Dark Americana music. A farmer and poet, Garou weaves tales of Goddesses, Love and Death, revenge, and dark nights of the soul into music that blends folk, rural blues, and backwoods bardic traditions.

In such songs as “Rise Up Lilith,” “Queen of Wolves” and “Pleasure in the Pain,” he sings of people haunted and alone . . . of people best left alone, and beings who are not quite . . . people.

Rick de Yampert, the former rock music writer for the Tennessean in Nashville and former arts and pop culture writer for Wildhunt.org, says of Garou: “As poet Khalil Gibran, mystic philosopher Alan Watts and others say — light and dark must always dance together. But too often people dread dancing in, or even near, the shadows. Fortunately, we have Louis Garou, that Dark Americana bard, who dares to peek . . . no, to stare intensely into the abyss and sing about what he has seen . . . the abyss where the wolves and obsessive passions of our human psyches reside, and where the necessary shadows of the Goddesses and Gods beckon to us, too.

An excellent interview with Louis was published on The Wild Hunt, which you can read here. In this video, Mama Gina chatted with Louis about the creative process–well worth watching! You can find Louis’s music on his Bandcamp site, or follow him on Facebook. He also performs regularly at pagan festivals and events.



Dru Ann Welch

Dru Ann Welch has 15+ years of experience in the fields of sound and energy healing. She is the founder of the FEAR to LOVE Process. She is Reiki Master/Teacher, Author, and Motivational Speaker.

Dru Ann is the author of 11 books, creator of 2 oracle decks, and the performing artist on 4 CDs. Dru Ann was featured as one of the Thought Leaders in Tedx Speaker Corey Poirier’s books, Enlightened Becoming the Best Version of You in 5 Easy Steps and The Book of WHY (And How). Additionally, she is a contributor to The Good Witch’s Guide.

Her musings in the form of quotes, blogs, and articles have been featured in The Wellness Universe, Circle Magazine ( Imbolc Issue 119/pg 42) The Spirit Ezine (May 2015), and on the PBN News Network.



Meren King

“Meren Edna Marie King is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist presently making Music in Ocala, Florida, USA.

Born in Long Beach, California, Meren has been a traveler most of her life. From the West Coast to the East Coast and every US State in-between, Meren accompanied her parents as they worked with traveling circuses and sideshows during the first three years of her life, and then as a teen searching for her kith and kin she traveled even more extensively, and as an adult reaching into Canada and even across the pond to Europe.

Meren has been a part of the Pagan communities in most of the places she has lived and says that her faith contains a little bit of everything that she has seen and heard and read and experienced. Following no particular pathway or religion, her church is the wild places of the world, and her deities are all around her. Believing that we are all Energy, and everything is a part of everything else, she brings this sensibility to her music and stories, sharing her perspectives and beliefs with the world.

Music and dance have always been a part of Meren’s life, although it is just within the last 15 years that she has really pursued music as her Lifepath. With Phambly across the Globe and with many worldwide musical influences, Meren’s songs and stories show you what is most dear to her heart: her Phambly, her Faith, and her Hopes for Our World.

From Folk to Blues to World Beat and more, the songs she sings and the stories she tells will take you on a journey of the mind and heart. Come on along and join her on her adventures across this twirling Earth.

Meren King is the Musical Coordinator for Trees of Avalon Gathering.”



Florida Funk Drum Collective

Introducing a family of professional musicians and artists, seeking to share in the traditions handed down drummer to drummer of medicine and community. Individually we have amassed studies from all across the world; in order to best celebrate and heal through drum and dance as a collective..