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ZOË LEWIS IS A BAND IN A BODY!

She plays gypsy jazz, jump jive, latin grooves, swing, international folk originals on anything from the piano to the spoons! WINNER of the Colorado Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Troubadour Award in 2003, NEW FOLK WINNER 2002 at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas and 2001 Falconridge Folk Festival AUDIENCE FAVORITE.

Originally from England, she now resides in Provincetown on Cape Cod, MA, where she performs every summer. She's traveled around the globe to over 70 countries, picking up world-beat grooves and stories on the way; jumping box cars, riding on freight boats and has even played music with an elephant orchestra in Thailand. She's written music for commercials, movies and 2 original musicals entitled SNAIL ROAD and ACROSS THE POND that were staged in Provincetown in 2011 and 2013 to sold out houses. She runs a 1920's SPEAKEASY with her band ZOE LEWIS AND THE BOOTLEGGERS specializing in Prohibition era jazz, which has become a big summertime hit on Cape Cod.

ZOË has performed across the USA, Europe, Australia, Canada and works for OLIVIA cruises. She's performed with the INDIGO GIRLS, PAT BENETAR, JUDY COLLINS, RICHIE HAVENS and NANCI GRIFFITH to name a few. In 2013 she was voted PROVINCETOWN WOMAN OF THE YEAR. She has released 7 albums of original material and is working on a new CD, a CD for kids, a collection of poems and a one-woman play.

"Probably the most charismatic performance I've ever seen."
- ACCESLINE, IA.

"She stormed the main stage playing everything from swinging folk and latin jazz to acoustic funk and sprightly celtic flavoured tunes.Her boundless energy was hard to ignore."
- OTTAWA XPRESS, Canada

"A true artist.She is blessed with the uncanny ablility to uncover the extraorinary beauty in the seemingly ordinary."
- BAY WINDOWS, MA.

"No matter how large a box you draw around Zoë Lewis she never quite fits in it."
- Alan Rowath

Monday, May 22, 2017 made by metzger