Phoebe Hunt

An accomplished Americana instrumentalist with foundations in jazz and swing music, Phoebe Hunt is no stranger to the festival stage, having played the likes of Austin City Limits Music Festival, Bonnaroo, Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Mountain Stage and eTown. Hunt’s work on and off stage has deep story lines that have led her to speak as a TEDx presenter multiple times on the transformational power of music. Through producing The One Village Music Project and the Reveille Retreat, her work with Teen War Refugees as well as with Armed Forces War Veterans has guided her to see songwriting as a vehicle for inner revelation rather than a quest for external rewards, and she teaches this philosophy through her online music school, Plant Seeds Of Music, which she brought together as a way to unite musicians and music students throughout the course of the pandemic. Hunt is currently supporting parents of young children to learn how to deeply bond with their own children thorough coaching parents to teach ukulele in their own homes through Ukulele Sprouts Parent Teacher Training Program. Hunt's most recent album, Nothing Else Matters showcases her raw vulnerability as the production is stripped down to the fiddle and the voice.

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