How the Stardust Pixxies Provide Much Needed Spark for Savannah
Nothing worse than a dull party, unless it’s an even more tedious corporate picnic or other company event – which is why so many in Savannah are calling for help from the Stardust Pixxies.
The Pixxies were started in September of 2015 by Jamie Failing, a Savannah dance teacher for more than 20 years. The Pixxies like to go by their stage names, and Failing’s is “Scarlett Siren.”
Currently there are 13 women in the group, but expansion is anticipated soon.
“We all have varied backgrounds,” Failing said. “Some are dancers, others are gymnasts, others have experience with hoops and other skills.”
The Pixxies got their start dancing at musical events, often performing at concerts by XuluProphet, the Savannah psychedelic funk and reggae rock band. The band bills itself as “sexy, but clean and suitable for all ages, with groovy dance-able music.” The Pixxies have frequently been out front to lead the crowd in dancing.
But the group also performs at a wide range of other events – from children’s birthday parties to bigger corporate events.
For more informaiton, 912-344-8538 or go to stardustpixxies.com.