Zara Phillip's strong lyrical themes and powerful melodies create music that is both thought provoking and entertaining.
The 2015 Amelia Island Book Festival kicks off with a dynamic and engaging songwriter and singer, Zara Phillip’s strong lyrical themes and powerful melodies create music that is both thought provoking and entertaining.
She began her career working as a back up vocalist for Bob Geldorf, Live Aid Creator and toured extensively with him and with the group Bananarama.
Zara has written a one-woman show, Beneath My Father’s Sky, that debuted November 12, 2014 and produced a CD, When The Rain Stops, with Grammy Award winner, Ted Perlman.
In 2008 she produced an adoption documentary entitled Roots, Unknown that won Best Homegrown Documentary at the Garden State Film Festival in New Jersey. She then wrote her well-known book, Mother Me, about Zara’s journey to motherhood from an adoptee’s point of view, a compelling and personal memoir.
An Evening of Story and Song is pleased to partner with the Amelia Island Book Festival to present this talented singer, songwriter, and author for an evening of music and words on Thursday, February 19th.
The show will be from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
Tickets are $20.00 for members, and $25.00 for non-members.