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2008 Return/Guardians
2009 Stand Ready
2010 Trinity
2011 HeartBeat
2012 Battle Cry
2013 Honor Bound


Kellianna is an American pagan artist Kelliannainternationally performing song and chant inspired by myth, magic, sacred places and ancient times. With guitar and vocals she bring to life the stories of sagas of the Gods and Goddesses. With Native American frame drum and chant she honors the Earth and the Ancestors by way of primal drumming and powerful vocals.

Lady Moon 2004
I walk with the Goddess 2007
Voice of the Goddess Vol. 1 2009 - compilation by Run Wild Records
Elemental 2010
The Ancient Ones 2012
Traditions 2013


PictusPICTUS (PIK'-toos): Arising from the primal heartbeat of Alba, Eire, Britannia and Gaul, to the haunting cries and ancient voices of the Picts, Celts and Norse, comes a fusion of drums, bagpipes and percussive dance that will stir your soul and move your body with it's ancient and powerful rhythms.



PiratesThe Pirates of the C.U.C. Constantine is a small collective of independent minds bent on bringing more pirate antics into the world. As a circle of solitary practitioners we celebrate the individual path to Pagan spirituality and rejoice in the opportunity to share our voyage with our good friends. The Pirates have been veterans of the festival scene for over a decade. The Pirates are active contributing members of the Pagan community who encourage civic minded acts of volunteerism to promote pagan values and Earth stewardship. As solitary practitioners the Pirates believe the path to spirituality is a deeply personal one. Operating under the artistic umbrella of the "theater troop", the pirates bring a unique perspective to live performance, historical commentary, and classic satire.

Sharon KnightSan Francisco songstress Sharon Knight is a Celtic folk singer in leather armbands. Her distinctive voice and striking poetry have won her a loyal following across the country. Together with longtime collaborator Winter, she tours nationally several months out of the year, performing at festivals, masquerades, conventions, cafes, shops and house concerts.

Preferring to stray from tradition, Sharon and Winter have developed their own Celtic-hybrid style, “Neofolk Romantique”. This often sounds less Celtic and more “Folktales that ran away with the Faeries at the turn of the century and took cover in an old trunk bound for the circus, which was then commandeered by pirates.” This suits them fine.
Sharon and Winter are also founding members of  gothic tribal folk metal band, Pandemonaeon, with whom they produce an annual music and dance festival, Hexenfest.
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