Schedule

THE BLUE CANOE TOUR

"Phoebe Legere...global entertainment on a cosmic scale. Legere seamlessly suffuses Abenaki and Cajun beats...high-class Native Americana. Phoebe Legere is an artist that comes once in a lifetime." - Roots Radio Report

May 1 8AM live air time) -- Good Day Rochester -- channel 13

May 2: ABILENE, Rochester, NY ’Thursday at 8pm WITH the world famous Crawdiddies: (Jay Chaffee, Washboard Dave & Banjo Ben Haravitch and Bernie Haveron on Fiddle)

May 2: Morning Radio WRUR Rochester, NY ’11 AM Open Tunings with Scott

May 4: THE FALCON, 1348 Route 9W, Marlboro, New York Tribal Roots of Rock N Roll w Joakim Lartey  

May 7: Lincoln Center Film Society, Portrait of A Game Changer - Phoebe and her music are featured in this film )  

May 19 Opening: Every Woman Biennial 222 Bowery across from the New Museum - Phoebe's painting Vulvic Rhapsody

May 31 : Sunapee Coffee House, Sunapee, New Hampshire

June 6: Gulu Gulu Café, Salem, Salem, Ma. with Cotton Mather and the Pot Boilers

June 7: Outer Beach Community Radio - Mr. Di  

June 8: Dinah Mellin's Brick House with Dinah Mellin (Fiddle) and Special Guests TBA!

June 23:East Rock Concert Series in New Haven - Special Guest Washboard Slim

July 5: Saugerties Sunset Series with Joakim Lartey and Chris (from legendary FUTU FUTU!)/a>

July TBA: Bryant Park Festival

August 17 Legere Reunion, Congrés Mondial Acadien!

August 20 Frantastic Festival of Experimental & Improvised Music! Auburn, Maine

August 25: Coal Shed Music Festival, Nova Scotia

Oct.25 Phoebe Legere Live @ Drews, Ringwood, NJ $25 Adv. / $30 DOS

Jan. 27, 2020 Rolling Hills Radio live at Shawbucks in Jamestown, NY

Phoebe Legere is the descendent of Mayflower travelers, Native Americans, Whalers, Voyageurs, Ministers and Wizards.

Legere is a spellbinding storyteller, seamlessly weaving tales of ghosts, giant moose, magic fish and flying Abenakis into her mesmerizing musical celebration of North American history. "Her voice will take your breath away." - NPR "She is the real deal." - Providence Journal "Reminiscent of Edith Piaf...Jerry Lee Lewis" (NY Times)

"Phoebe Legere is the female Frank Zappa." (Billboard)