Raised near Philadelphia, Zoe took up the guitar and fell in love with the banjo during a twelve-year stint in Durham, North Carolina. Four years in Washington, DC introduced her to the community of contemporary songwriters, including her label-mates at the Azalea City Recordings cooperative.
In 2006, she moved to the north of England. She now divides her time between Philadelphia, PA and Manchester, UK and tours on both sides of the Atlantic. Her newly-released fifth album, Small Brown Birds, centers on a new collaboration with English fiddler and mandolinist Tom Kitching.
The songs trace a progression from winter to spring, with a message of resilience, community, and hope in times of trouble.
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