PRESS RELEASE #4
Reno Worldcon Announces Evening of Music with Tricky Pixie
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, December 18, 2009
Reno - Renovation is delighted to announce that Alexander James Adams, the Heir to the Heatherlands, S.J. Tucker and Betsy Tinney, collectively known as Tricky Pixie will be headlining a night of fannish music the World Science Fiction Convention.
Together, these musicians form an adventurous gypsy celtic folk rock trio, unleashed from the land of Fae. These wild and masterful performers are raw entertainment.
Expect more than just music; they'll take you on a ride down the twilight roads of Fae. All three members of Tricky Pixie are prolific songwriters, and together they have a vast musical catalog of original tunes - a collective discography of 17 currently available albums. Since their first official show in July 2007, they have released one album together.
Tricky Pixie has been performing to regular sold-out and standing-room only shows in the Pacific Northwest since their inception. Fans of SJ Tucker, AJ Adams, and Betsy Tinney around the country and around the globe have been clamoring for a chance to catch Tricky Pixie show for themselves. Many devotees have driven over a hundred miles just to catch a single performance.
Promotional copies of Tricky Pixie CDs are available; visit Trickypixie.com for more information.
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