"I will sing you pirate songs and tell you pirate stories..."

Come, spend an evening in song and story - pixies and pirates, vagabonds and valkyries, satyrs on ships and ravens in libraries, travelers and tricksters, Medusa and Rapunzel, and one Skinny White Chick with a guitar...

S.J. Tucker in Concert
Saturday, November 3, 2007
Bowers Auditorium, Sage Hall
Yale School of Forestry
205 Prospect Street
New Haven, Connecticut

"Singer/songwriters take note, this is what you should be doing and how you should sound."
J-Sin, Smother.net Editor's Pick

"She's got Dar [Williams]'s sardonic sincerity coupled with [Ani] DiFranco's passion, Janis Ian's vocal chops, and the deft guitar hands of Emily Saliers. Her lyrics swell up from the underworld where so many artists venture but few truly understand."
Phil Brucato, NewWitch Magazine, Dec '04 - Feb '05, review of Haphazard

"Tucker has a voice in a million -- powerful, hypnotic, untamed and yet utterly controlled. She sings from the gut, but hers is a trained instrument."
Maria Nutick, Green Man Review, August 15, 2004, review of July 30 concert in Portland OR

"First off, she can honestly sing like Joni Mitchell, no lie. With a swirl of acoustic strumming to back her, Tucker lets her most important instrument shine, that rich, sophisticated soprano voice of hers, one that would have landed such impressive originals as 'Face-down' and 'Heart Beat' on Blue back in 1971."
Bill Ellis, Commercial Appeal, March 6, 2004, review of Haphazard

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