FA United 2017

August 25-27 | Herndon, VA
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Special Guest - Fox Amoore

Fox Amoore aka Keyboard Fox aka Haggis McFox is a Scottish musician heading over to attend FA:U. He's coming right off of the heels of recording at the world famous Abbey Road Studios (which he hates, cause its in England - not) for the recording of his upcoming album "The Dreamcatcher." It also features a plethora of talented musicians including Pepper Coyote whom he'll be performing with at this very convention!

He started playing Piano as soon as he could climb onto a Piano stool, has performed almost everywhere except the moon (bad acoustics), and his work has been featured in everything from STEAM and console video games to big German company adverts. In his spare time he's an avid globe trotter, enjoys a bit of video games himself (especially Elite Dangerous), and he likes *gasp* pineapple on his pizza.

Do say hi to him, approach him... And if you understood his accent, you'll know to bring him beer!

Special Guest - Pepper Coyote

Pepper Coyote was born in a small town in Northwestern, PA. He grew up hating everything and naturally became a musician. Since the age of 17 he's been sitting in a room somewhere yelling, strumming, and howling into a microphone. Oddly enough he found an audience in the furry fandom just a couple years later.

In college he started a band called Look Left which played at just about every con on the Eastern part of the US, including Anthrocon, FAU, Furstivus, Midwest Fur Fest, Furthemore, and Western PA Furry Weekend. That was all well and good but eventually, everyone graduated. So now what? We have this ginger idiot bobbling around from one convention to another, but without a band, they won't let him on stage anymore! Well he thought of that.

At the beginning of 2014, Pepper picked up a looper pedal, along with a few other gadgets and took a trip out to the woodshed. A month or two later he had emerged with a brand new show that included dance, RnB, and even Dubstep influences. The music he'd written for Look Left was still there, but things were different. Luckily, people seemed to like it.