Affectionaly known as “band in a body”, Zoë Lewis delivers a lively mix of vintage jazz, gypsy swing and world-beat grooves played on anything from the piano to the spoons!
Originally from England, Zoe's lived in Provincetown for 28 years. She's traveled the globe picking up musical influences along the way (to over 70 countries) and has performed all over the U.S. and Canada. She's won numerous song-writing accolades, her songs have appeared on major TV commercials, in films, on Broadway and she's written 2 musicals Snail Road and Across Pond that were both produced on the Cape. She also leads a 1920s Speakeasy Night featuring her Prohibition era dance band “Zoë Lewis and the Bootleggers”. She's toured with the Indigo Girls, Richie Havens, Judy Collins, Nanci Griffiths, and even opened for Pat Benetar on the ukulele! Her adventures have included jumping boxcars, riding on freight boats, and playing music with an elephant orchestra in Thailand. She performs every winter in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Lewis has recorded eight albums of original material, including her most recent The Sound of Wings and has another one on the way! Get ready for an extravaganza of original music, humor and some marvelous storytelling.