Zoe Ny’s songwriting is unmistakably Midwestern and unfailingly idealistic. Growing up in Clarkston Michigan, her soul-driven melodies and folk inspired lyrics are blooming in a new generation of Americana. Zoe’s voice has unique clarity and incredible depth all at once, and has been compared to legendary performers Susan Tedeschi and Adele.
Zoe started writing music at age 14 on her Mom’s upright Baldwin. Her late voice coach, Jennifer Kincer, had Zoe perform on street corners, and eventually at festivals and events all across Michigan. Three years later, she was given a full tuition scholarship at Berklee College of Music. Zoe Ny has been working with producers Bryan Pope and Stephen Saputo for the last four years. In early spring of 2021, Zoe and Bryan arranged and recorded a live performance, two side single-with cello, piano, and guitar titled “River/Slip Away.” That October, Zoe released her fourth single “Witches in The Wind.” The song is ethereal and cinematic, with tight harmonies and live strings. Zoe is returning to Michigan to write and record more songs.