Outlaw legend, songwriter Phoebe Legere headlines a night of underground Folk Americana music at the Steel City CoffeeHouse in Phoenixville, PA. August 4.
The concert starts at 8 PM. at 203 Bridge St., Phoenixville, PA 19460
Admission is $12.
The venue phone is 484-924-8425.
The website is http://www.steelcitycoffeehouse.com/concerts--events.html
The Facebook event page is: https://www.facebook.com/events/1704950479812444/permalink/1704954603145365/
Outlaw legend, songwriter Phoebe Legere headlines a night of underground Folk Americana music at the Steel City Coffee House in Phoenixville, PA. August 4.
Phoebe’s Top 20 Americana album HEART OF LOVE is a hymn to life on the American Highway. Legere is a “Master Songwriter.”
Interview Magazine wrote: “She is a honky tonk genius.”
NPR raved: “Her beautiful voice will take your breath away…”
Billboard’s Roman Kozack said,”Phoebe Legere is the female Frank Zappa.”
Her song Cajun Moon is a song about riding an alligator while making love and drinking bourbon out of a to-go cup! Legere's one cover song, Jambalaya, by her Hero Hank Williams, went to number #1 on Maine and South Carolina Roots Radio. She is best known for her hit song: “Wrong Honky Tonk” “I was in the Wrong Honky Tonk at the Right Time and that’s how I fell in love…”
“Phoebe Legere is the Annie Oakley of alt. country music!” - raved Downtown Magazine.
Phoebe Legere has been embraced by the Outlaw Americana community and music lovers around the world. Phoebe is a role model for country girls everywhere, balancing compassion, moral and ethical values, community service with a kick-ass take-no-prisoners attitude. Her talent and faith-filled magnetism are “Mesmerizing.”
Hailed as a “Master Songwriter and Storyteller” Legere has been tapped by Hollywood for her spectacular physical attributes. She starred on popular Nickelodeon Children’s TV show Naked Brothers Band. She also starred in such underground classics Toxic Avenger 2 and 3, Mondo New York and Marquis de Slime. NPR did a one-hour feature on Phoebe’s music calling her “An American Original.” She is a legend in France, the star of a popular midnight film “Marquis de Slime” which she wrote and in which she stars as a guitar-playing female wrestler with supernatural powers.
Ms. Legere is currently recording an all-French album in Montreal with Artic Records for release in 2018. She opened for David Bowie on his national tour in 1991.
On Aug. 4 Phoebe will be super inspired and stoked…because...she comes fresh from teaching at *Foundation for New American Art CAMP SUPERSTAR Ruhe Farm in Emmaus, Pennsylvania: “At my Steel City Coffeehouse gig, in addition to my songs and stories…I’ll be reporting on the joy and gratitude of bringing the Art Spirit to Pennsylvania/New Jersey/New York children of low-income communities! GO to www.foundationfornewamericanart.org to learn more!
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you tube music videos: www.youtube.com/channel/UCcLhY48IPxRS1qhv63Vm-Cw
For more information or tax-deductible donations, please mail: Foundation for New American Art, 224 East 10th Street, New York, NY 10003.