“A sure-footed young singer-songwriter” — The New York Times Jean Rohe is a multi-lingual singer, storyteller, and composer, mixing aesthetic approaches from jazz, folk, and Brazilian traditions. Her one-of-a-kind narrative songs, which range from fantastical riffs on old folktales to autobiographical sojourns, to “phonojournalism”, a genre of her own invention, have won recognition from the ASCAP Foundation and the New York Songwriters Circle, and her refreshingly candid performance won her the audience prize at the Montreux Jazz Festival. Tonight she is joined by long-time collaborator Liam Robinson for an evening of songs they wrote together and apart.
“A sure-footed young singer-songwriter” — The New York Times
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