Since 2002- Burning Sage was birthed through its founding members via the songwriting of Lin Sanders and the rhythm of Sue Balaschak.
They have combined their artistry performing as a hard rock trio, an acoustic duo, The Primal Rhythm Drum Ensemble and again, full circle, into an eclectic tribal/world rock band.
Joining the line up this time around is Emily Hall, a certified music therapist, holding down and driving the bass along with adding miscellaneous percussion and Dawn Fritz Heartsong, who ornaments the songs with her artistry with accoutrements and hand drums.
Through the years, the common word heard to describe the band is “Intense”. They continue to deliver “True To Form”
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Facebook FeedThe International Pagan Music Association (IPMA) Facebook Group. For Pagan Music Posts and fans only. Being a member here does not make you an official member of IPMA, for that you must join at ipaganma.org1 1 View on FacebookDoug Barrett shared a link to the group: International Pagan Music Association.December 14th, 2017 at 11:43am4 1 1 View on FacebookMelissa AndersonDecember 14th, 2017 at 11:43amIPMA winners get their own feature cover page...Forever in Print a $4,000 cover and back....13 1 7 View on FacebookMelissa Anderson posted in International Pagan Music Association — with Doug Barrett.December 14th, 2017 at 11:43am2 1 2 View on FacebookMelissa Anderson shared her post to the group: International Pagan Music Association.December 14th, 2017 at 11:43am7 View on Facebook12 1 View on FacebookMelissa Anderson shared a link to the group: International Pagan Music Association.December 14th, 2017 at 11:43amWe Welcome the wonderful Band from Austria, now living in Crete, as a Member of IPMA
View on FacebookDoug Barrett shared Chronilus's event to the group: International Pagan Music Association.December 14th, 2017 at 11:43amChronilus is coming to Redmond, WA for New Year's Eve, with special guests William Pint & Felicia Dale, masters of seafarer's music! Special party for ALL the sober folk, celebrating the venue owner's 20th year of sobriety. How cool is that?