» William Anderson, Shannon Chan-Kent and Kazumi Evans to Everfree NW

Everfree Northwest, the Seattle-based pony fan convention, announced three new special guests today: Shannon-Chan Kent, William Anderson, and Kazumi Evans. Kent, best known in the show as the singing voice of Pinkie Pie, also provides the voice of Silver Spoon. William Anderson creates the show’s background music score, and is known for composing for many cartoons in the past, like Earthworm Jim, Iron Man, Biker Mice from Mars, and more. Last, but not least, Kazumi Evans rounds out the announcement. Evans provides the singing voice of Rarity for the show. All three will be at the event, held on August 17-19 at the Sea-Tac Airport Holiday Inn.

You can find the complete release behind the cut.

We promised the music would never stop, dear pony friends! And with that in mind, we are proud to present three very special musical guests who have helped to make the musical world of My Little Pony complete.

William K. Anderson composes the beautiful score behind My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. It would be nearly impossible to count every tender moment, heart-pounding action scene, and important lesson learned about friendship carried on the notes of William’s music. His accomplishments are hardly limited to the world of Equestria, with notable work done for film and television, including the 2004 Miss America theme. Ever heard of Earthworm Jim? Biker Mice from Mars? Yeah, those themes are his, too.

Speaking of lessons in friendship, where would we be without Pinkie Pie and her enthusiasm for giving us words of silly wisdom through song? The talented woman behind the rose-colored pony’s exuberant singing is none other than Shannon Chan-Kent. She also plays a petulant little pony you might have heard of, named Silver Spoon. Shannon can also be seen in the English dub of Deathnote as Miss Amane, and also in the Nickelodeon movie “Specatuclar!”

Last, but most certainly not least, is Kazumi Evans, who gives the Element of Generosity her voice when she breaks into song. In addition to Rarity’s singing voice, you can also find Evans in the TV shows “The Troop” and “Princess Barbie Charm School.”

You can find all three at Everfree Northwest, August 17-19 here in beautiful Seattle, Washington. Don’t miss our comprehensive livestream from our friends over atwww.everfreeradio.com , where everypony around the world can join the fun this summer!

We would also like to note that even though we are sold out of general memberships, a limited number of dealer’s tables and sponsor badges remain, so if you still want in, please send an email to info@everfreenw.com!

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