The Pegasus Awards

 

Twotonic

 

Pegasus Nominations

Year Category
2016 Best Performer
2015 Best Performer

Twotonic. They come from Germany. There's two of them. Occasionally, they might drink gin with a little bit of tonic. What other name could they possibly think of that might not be blazingly obvious?

Thus, Twotonic was born.

Twotonic is the melding of Katy Dröge-Macdonald and Steve Macdonald in a folk-filk wrapper. We sing mostly music by others, and some original music that we create. We thoroughly enjoy singing together and with others, and hope to share this joy with our audience.

Our debut album, Rowan & Storm, was released on October 25th, 2014. You can find more information about us at twotonic.de.


Representative Work for the 2016 Best Performer Pegasus Award

The Space Girl's Song

©1952 by Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger
All rights Reserved

My mama told me I should never venture into space
But I did, I did, I did.
She said no Terran girl could trust the Martian race
But I did, I did, I did.
A rocket pilot asked me on a voyage to go
And I was so romantic I couldn't say no—
That he was just a servo robot how was I to know?—
So I did, I did, I did.

She told me never venture out among the asteroids
But I did, I did, I did.
She said the Milky Way was something to avoid
So I did, I did, I did.
She said that Venus was too hot and Saturn not much fun
And bug-eyed monsters tended to be just a trifle dumb.
She said I'd need a blaster and I'd need a freezer gun
And I did, I did, I did.

My mama told me never trust a space engineer
But I did, I did, I did.
She said freefall and superdrive would surely cost me dear
And they did, they did, they did.
I've been as far in hyperspace as anybody can,
I've travelled through the time warp in the Psycho Plan.
They say a gal must travel far to find her superman
And I did, I did, I did.

 

 

 
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