Phoebe has been playing music since she was 7 – starting with classical piano and French Horn through school, and later picking up a guitar and singing her own compositions. After grade 8, Phoebe had found a way to combine her technical piano skills and more folky songwriting to create a unique sound. Phoebe is constantly seeking out music from different cultures and traditions, and after studying Music Culture: Theory and Production at university, she continues to train in contrasting styles and techniques, such as Latin piano, and Mongolian throat singing.

Penniless Cove –  original songwriting/band.

Phoebe is working on her 3rd release and has toured UK and Internationally as a solo act,  duo and more recently 4 piece alternative folk/jazz band – Penniless Cove.  Penniless Cove will be touring around Bremen and Western Europe from Nov-Dec this year with Songs and Whispers. Listen to Phoebe’s Music here – Website 

Group Singing / Choral work

Phoebe has sang in a range of projects including the Southbank choir – Voicelab, participating in such projects as modern Jazz band collaboration, Phronesis, (performance in QEH), Sandi Toksvig (performance in RFH) and Alchemy Festival (RFH).

In 2021, Phoebe sang as part of a new line up, improvising in a quartet with Dan Am and the Oscillators, with a series of 4 performances in Shoreditch, London.

Swing Trio

Phoebe sang in a Swing trio Swing Selmer Swing who perform standards and a variety of modern music in a gypsy swing style. They played for events and festivals.

African Fusion Band – Phoebe sang backing vocals for 9 piece Afro band, Transit Hamanteh. Fusing numerous styles form across Africa, Phoebe sang in Wolof, French, Lingala and English in close harmonies.

Ceilidh Calling – Phoebe calls out traditional dances with a Ceilidh band for events and celebrations. For more info and booking see booking agent Martello Music.


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