Zoë Lewis and the Vagabonds at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Zoë Lewis and the Vagabonds will perform at Cotuit Center for the Arts on Saturday, November 24, at 7 PM, in the Art Gallery.
Tickets are $18, $15 for members and may be purchased at atsonthecape.org or by calling 508-428-0669.
Singer-songwriter, troubadour, and storyteller Zoë Lewis plays upbeat, entertaining music that appeals to young and old. Described as “a band in a body” for her many musical talents, Lewis performs jazz, jump jive, Latin grooves, swing, international folk, and funk originals on a variety of instruments, from piano to spoons. Her fast-paced lyrics poke fun at modern society and praise the rambling delights of childhood, secret worlds, and wandering love.
Originally from England, Lewis now lives in Provincetown, where she performs every summer. She has performed all over the world, picking up worldbeat grooves and stories on the way; she has performed with many acclaimed musicians and has toured with Judy Collins and Nanci Griffith. She has even played with an elephant orchestra in Thailand.
Lewis will be accompanied by Laird Boles on bass and Bart Weisman on drums.
The winner of many awards, Lewis has released seven albums, the most recent of which is “Rotary Phone” (2011). Her song, “Small Is Tremendous” has received much commercial success and can be heard on ads for TJ Maxx. Another of her songs, “Sheep,” was part of a Putumayo compilation and rose to No. 1 in the children’s satellite radio charts.
Cotuit Center for the Arts is at 4404 Route 28 in Cotuit. For more inform