Thanks for the feedback folks.
Jacob B. Special thanks. Yes, that's what I was most curious about. The actual music (of COURSE I would expect it to be contemporary) that might accompany different forms of Pagan celebration. I've been reading for years the various explanations and references to when Morris Dancing first became known.
I know that in the "contemporary Gospel Music" scene, there are a number of popular composers, virtually unknown to mainstream music folks, and was curious whether there are "Pagan"(however one defines the term) songwriters, who are widely recognized within that community.