Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers Join March For Our Lives Movement

Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers Join March For Our Lives Movement

Phoebe Hunt’s timely new single “Marching On" is a celebration of the awakening that is happening in our country. This past weekend’s March For Our Lives, hosted by the youth of our nation, is a testament to the millions of people who are willing to stand connected and united in the name of change. Hunt observes, “The youth are reminding us that the power of the spoken word is still the sword with the greatest impact. We must continue tipping the scale, pushing against the voice of oppression, and demonstrating the strength of unity.” The new single will be released on all major services this Friday. 

Phoebe Hunt & Dominick Leslie’s performance at The Austin Music Awards “set the pace”, and “begged more than one tune. -Austin Chronicle 

Phoebe Hunt & Dominick Leslie’s performance at The Austin Music Awards “set the pace”, and “begged more than one tune. -Austin Chronicle 

Phoebe Hunt and husband Dominick Leslie, invited to be a part of the 2018 Austin Music Awards, were selected to perform as part of the ‘borderless love’ segment of the awards show.  Representing global travel and the universal language of music, the duo offered a fresh, organic soundscape to the evenings musical landscape.  

 

 

Phoebe Hunt speaks of music’s healing powers in her Tedx talk in New Bedford, MA entitled “Sing Your Pain Away: Songs Written With War Veterans

Phoebe Hunt speaks of music’s healing powers in her Tedx talk in New Bedford, MA entitled “Sing Your Pain Away: Songs Written With War Veterans

On the heels of the album release tour for Shanti’s Shadow, Brooklyn singer-songwriter Phoebe Hunt is sharing a message of healing through music in her TEDx Talk, Sing Your Pain Away: Songs Written With War Veterans. The talk expresses a universal truth that by sharing the story of one’s pain and trauma through song, one experiences healing.

Phoebe Hunt on eTown

Phoebe Hunt on eTown

Interviewed by Nick and Helen Forester, Phoebe Hunt, supported by the eTown house band, speaks on being raised in a household of yogi parents, working at a snow cone stand, and learning to use music as a tool for connection and collaboration.  In addition to a full stream of the interview, eTown produced the video above to summarize the experience they shared together!