Rowena of the Glen

rowena bio

Born into the magical world of stage lights, sceneries, orchestras and Chorus lines, Rowena spent her childhood on the road with her theatrical parents.

Always looking to the stars to find her way home, she heard in them the music: and ever since then music and writing has been her life.

Besides music and poetry, the secrets of the past enthralled her and expanded her knowledge as an amateur Egyptologist and self-taught cultural anthropologist, which remains constant in her life. 

A highly spiritual person. Rowena’s search for truths and the divine began at the early age of 6. As she grew, so did her interest in many of the world’s religions—both modern and ancient, and continues to exhibit itself in her witchy naturalism.

Yet, through all of her life, the Voices of the Stars spoke to her and inspired the exquisitely written first novel of the series "Voices of the Stars". She is currently engrossed in the creation of the second book in the series.

Rowena is the IPMA (International Pagan Music Awards) Award Winner, Best Female Artist 2017

For more information about Rowena, go to her website: http://rowenaoftheglen.com

B Willie Dryden

B.Willie Dryden : From Gothic Rock to Minstrel Folk, he shares a musical legacy with some of Nashville’s best studio musicians: rhythm and lead guitar, harmonica, piano, and keyboards. He is the former lead singer of the theatrical rock band “The Harlequins.: With musical partner Rowena, he led the “the Beat Poets,” a Goth Brit Band of the early 90s to the edge. Now solo since 1995, he plays a “Folk with Fire” back to his roots with Dark Spiritual based poetry and 60’s infuenced Folk and Bluses. He has music avaliable on cdbaby.com in genres of folk/blues & rock..listen to some "folk with fire"

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