Multimedia artist Phoebe Legere will be spending the Fourth of July celebrating our nation and her birthday at Stephens Talkhouse in Amagansett. This will be Legere’s only East End show for the summer season. Having released 15 CDs of original and traditional music, Legere has enjoyed a career that’s found her all over the stylistic musical map with a sound that draw from elements of jazz, rock, avant-garde classical music, punk, swing and Americana.
Career highlights include her studying with John Lewis of the Modern Jazz Quartet, opening for David Bowie on his 1991 tour, having her music recently used in the 2015 HBO documentary It’s Me Hilary and releasing her latest album, Heart of Love (Optimistic Kitty).
Legere band, Zock: Music That Will Save The World! Zock, features the multi-instrumentalist accompanied by Bill “Ah Yes!” Ayass (mandolin, fiddle) and Zack “Young Brooklyn” (bass). The Stephens Talkhouse show is on July 4 at 8 p.m.
Stephens Talkhouse is located at 161 Main St., Amagansett. For more information, visit www.stephentalkhouse.com or call 631-267-3117.