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Phoebe lives her life trying to make a difference in the world through her music. Hailing from Austin, Texas, after graduating from the University of Texas, she has spent the majority of her ‘adult’ years sitting in big white vans, exploring the country and the American Culture through the eyes of an inspired musician. As a student of the subtle differences between the East and the West, the North and the South, and hearing the nuances that shape American music as it is heard today, Phoebe’s music is a pure reflection of her life’s experiences.
Touring with The Belleville Outfit from 2007-2010, Phoebe played festivals and clubs across the country, from The Strawberry Music Festival in Yosemite National Park, and Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tenn., to Austin City Limits in her home town of Austin.
In early 2011, Phoebe began working on a new concept for her music combining it within her journey of self-exploration. Her music is inspired by all that she does and all that she sees. She loves to learn and is interested in studying any and all styles of music, collaborating whith many artists, and encorporating her life's experiences into her compositions.
As a testament to Phoebe’s unyielding passion for learning, participating in her first Mark O’Connor Strings Camp, in San Diego, Calif., in 2006, she was awarded the Torch Violin, honoring the memory of slain journalist Daniel Pearl. The violin is a symbol of Pearl’s pursuit of truth and understanding. O’Connor told the Texas Observer, “We present the violin to a player who’s deserving and engages people during the week, and who would play the violin during the year and talk about the message behind it: of bringing people together to fight hatred in the world.” Phoebe says of the violin “For me, the fiddle is a symbol of peace. Like Daniel Pearl, I believe that music is the one pure force that can bridge the differences between people. Without saying a word, two people who speak different languages can find a deep connection through a single note.”
Phoebe sees life as a gift, and music is an expression of that gift. “Music of every culture serves the same purpose: It is a universal language that touches the soul more deeply than any other form of expression.” Phoebe is a soul well beyond her years. It is a joy to hear her sing and play.
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