Phoebe Legere returns to Orleans, MA’s Brick House Concerts this June 8 at 7:30 PM.
For more information, please call or email:
508-255-3864, 774-722-0516, and firstname.lastname@example.org/.
Donation $15-20. 100% goes to the performers.
Reservations required, preferably more than 24 hours in advance.
Children about age 8 and above are admitted if they can stay quiet during concert.
Known for her trademark mega-watt musicianship on piano/guitar/accordion, Phoebe Legere performs her original hits along with classic, singalong Cajun and Americana favorites.
Phoebe’s latest album, HEART OF LOVE, reached #18 on the ROOTS Charts; her rascal outlaw/French language SQUEEZE BOX accordion album will be released in 2019.
Phoebe Legere is a multi-instrumentalist who has played with David Bowie, Billy Joel and Joni Mitchell. She studied music composition at Juilliard and the Philosophy of Art at Vassar College.
When Phoebe straps on her accordion she delivers authentic Cajun Joy. “I love to bring people together. I love to see them dance and smile.”
This is a rare opportunity to experience Phoebe’s intellectual, comedic and musical range in an intimate environment. Phoebe is a blues guitar player, and plays many traditional instruments from Donkey Skull and Aztec Death Whistle, to Spoons and Native American flute.
Phoebe is known for sizzling jams that blend jazz, blues, Zydeco, Native American medicine chants into a spicy, spiritual gumbo. Phoebe is the descendent of Mayflower travelers, Native Americans, Whalers, Voyageurs, Ministers and Wizards. She is a spellbinding storyteller, seamlessly weaving tales of ghosts, giant moose, magic fish, flying Abenakis, and shape-shifting trees into her mesmerizing musical celebration of American history.
All proceeds from the show go to Phoebe’s nonprofit Foundation for New American Art, a 501 c3 organization founded that brings Art and Music to the children of low-income communities.