Zoë Lewis

British transplant, ZOË LEWIS is a band in a body! High energy vintage swing, gypsy jazz, world-beat grooves on ukulele, piano, guitar, washboard, harmonica, spoons and more! Known for her stories as much as for her music, this multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, vaudevillian hails originally from the UK but has made Provincetown, MA her home for over three decades. She's traveled to over 70 countries picking up grooves and stories along the way, released 10 albums of original material, toured with Judy Collins, the Indigo Girls, Richie Havens, Nanci Griffiths and has even opened for Pat Benatar on the ukulele! She has most recently been writing songs for the Netflix Kids show Ask the StoryBots.

She has won numerous songwriting awards, her compositions have appeared on Broadway, in documentaries, movie soundtracks and in commercials. She’s written and produced two musicals; SNAILROAD and ACROSS THE POND which were staged in Provincetown to packed houses. She heads a 1920’s Prohibition era jazz band ZOË LEWIS AND THE BOOTLEGGERS and her SPEAKEASY NIGHTS have become a big hit on Cape Cod.

In 2014, Zoë was awarded "PROVINCETOWN WOMAN OF THE YEAR" and in 2016,"VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR" for her grass roots environmental work and ocean pollution campaigns. Every winter she takes her show to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, performs in Provincetown all summer long and tours the rest of the year.

“A gorgeous writer—so evocative, tender and thoughtful. A mesmerizing performer." — New York Times

"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 masterful combination of song, performance and artistry with a contagiously positive attitude and free spirit. Probably one of the most the most charismatic performances I've ever seen." — BAY GUARDIAN, San Francisco, CA

"Her indie style playful, yet dharmic songs and troubadour performances are infectious. She captivates and endears the audience to hang onto every word." — Roots and Wings, Boston.