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Green Egg Radio with Tesea Dawson

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Tesea Dawson is a native of Tennessee and is one of the founding members of the Celtic, Tribal, Gypsy, Rock band Tuatha Dea.  She’s toured with the group for five years playing the bass guitar, the flute, keyboard and various percussion instruments.  Her final show was December 31, 2014 after deciding to leave to raise her two children.  Today she remains involved with the group by assisting with bookings, promotions, etc. 

After spending 5 years touring the festival circuit she is now using that knowledge and close network of friends and tribe to build a new convention in Nashville, TN.  After being inspired by a smaller festival she was asked to help coordinate in April of 2015, she began building a convention based on the idea of unity.  ODD Con personifies that as it’s main message is be original, be diverse, be different.  Though not labeled a pagan event it remains pagan friendly and hosts a variety of pagan speakers, authors, musicians and presenters.  In order to bring folks of all walks of life together she has incorporated mainstream acts and presenters and incorporated events that reach a diverse audience to include a zombie pin up beauty pageant, a professional drag show and a cosplay contest.  Her belief is that societies view of normal is nothing more than a façade and deep down we are all just a bunch of weirdos.  To prove that, she blends the strange, unique and odd into one giant melting pot of weird in order to celebrate everyone’s individual brand of YOU.   No matter your race, religion, sexual orientation, upbringing or age, her goal is to build a community where everyone has a place and show that we all really can get along. 

For more info please go to www.oddconnashville.com

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