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Friday, January 18 • 8:30pm - 9:30pm
Foxes and Peppers Concert

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Fox Amoore and Pepper Coyote take to the stage once again, for a concert like no other!

Speakers
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Bennie

Tiger on Bari Sax and reeds. A retired director of Anthrocon, host and admin of macrophile.com, occasional commentator on the "Size Matters" podcast, long-time editor of the Megamorphics APA, occasional author.
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Fox Amoore

Special Musical Guest
I do music stuff! I play piano and harass chickens. I also do the Foxes and Pepper's band show thing with Pepper, which yay! I'm applying for here ^_^
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Pepper Coyote

Special Musical Guest
Pepper Coyote has been singing and playing guitar around the fandom since 2010 when he started performing concerts with his first band look left. Now Pepper plays with Fox Amoore across the globe nearly 3 times a month.PepperCoyote and Fox Amoore have been making music at FurCon for... Read More →
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Reveille

My name is Reveille D and I eat people. I’m a professional trumpet musician from Portland, currently with The Vardaman Ensemble, Horns of Soul, the Tualatin Valley Symphony, and The Burning Band.
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Tonya Song

Tonya Song is an American Indian (O'otham) musician and composer. She also has worked serving Native communities in projects toward sovereignty, cultural preservation, social services, and human rights. In the fandom, she has gotten to be a part of many performances and projects but... Read More →


Friday January 18, 2019 8:30pm - 9:30pm
SJCC: Main Stage (220A)

Attendees (77)