Zoë Lewis washed ashore in Provincetown over 30 years ago and like many, was just passing through. The rest is history! She rented a little, ramshackle studio, with ships beams, crooked stairs and sloping floors sandwiched in-between Spiritus Pizza and the Ranch guest house for men. There, she was immersed in the colorful stories of Commercial St, falling asleep each night to the smell of melted cheese and the buzz of the party crowd outside. So many characters walked up her stairs and provided fodder for numerous songs.
A SLICE OF PTOWN is a nod to these wonderful years. Part musical, part memoir, it takes a look underneath some Ptown’s many layers and makes us smile. Playing a myriad of musical influences she is delighted to be joined by the virtuosic talents of Parker Ousley on cello, Roxanne Layton (Mannheim Steamroller) on recorder, the Gorgeous Cigarette and the incredible Qya Cristal.