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Musical Storytelling at its Mythical Finest

A petite and beautiful siren, S.J. Tucker thrills her fans with a unique alternative-rock style, flavored with a dose of blues, a dash of celtic, a taste of punk, and even a hint of folk for good measure. Continuously touring the USA, either solo or with her band, Tricky Pixie, she astounds listeners with deft guitar work, original writing style, and crystal-clear vocals. Glowing reviews compare her music to the sound, style, and skill of Joni Mitchell, Ani Difranco, Tori Amos, and Jeff Buckley. Named “Queen of the Bards” by industry professionals, a candidate for OutMusic musician of the year for 2004, and a favorite amongst both Christian and Pagan fans, Tucker knows how to commit to her audience, independent of beliefs or sexual preference.

This rising star now has four full-length studio albums available in stores and online, including a compelling companion CD for Catherynne M. Valente’s new book The Orphan’s Tales. S.J. Tucker, “the little woman with the big voice” (Memphis Records), will make you think, laugh, dance, and be still by giving you songs to sink your teeth into. With this Skinny White Chick, what you see is only a petite cross-section of what you’ll get, and what you hear is undeniably powerful.

copyright © SJ Tucker - Skinny White Chick, LLC - 2005

Edited by Sharkapillar on 1 Jun 2011, 18:04

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