About Tae

“A natural-born storyteller with the polish of an accomplished actress and the authentic edge of a seasoned musician.” – Seattle Weekly

As a recording artist, Tae Phoenix has garnered international attention with her tremendous voice, and elaborate and educated songwriting. Her love of musical theatre tinges her soulful blues rock with just a hint of Broadway.

Phoenix has performed everywhere from Seattle’s Paramount Theater to the streets of Montmartre. Her theatrical credits include a critically-acclaimed turn as Lilli Vanessi in “Kiss Me Kate,” Mae in “Reefer Madness: The Musical,” The Baker’s Wife in “Into the Woods,” and a priestess in Billie Wildrick’s gender-bent “Jesus Christ Superstar.”

In addition to her work as an artist, Phoenix is also an activist. Her subvertising collective, Resistance Air, made headlines on January 20, 2017 by flying an airplane over New York City with a banner reading “We Outnumber Him! Resist!” She routinely performs her feisty original protest music at rallies and marches around the Seattle area.

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“Damn this is great great stuff. Tae has a beautiful voice and stage presence.” – Nadamucho.com

“Brilliantly masterful….those who attend a Tae Phoenix show are inescapably charmed.” – Jivewired Journal

“Without a doubt, Tae Phoenix will be the one that future artists look to when starting their music careers.” – Guerrilla Candy

“Damn…what a voice! A phenomenal talent.” – NWCZ Radio Tacoma

“‘Outside the Lines’ is a true masterpiece.” – Poping Cherry 

“Wow! … I don’t even know what to say. That was phenomenal! ” – Marty Riemer

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Live Performance

 

Theatrical

Albums

 

Bound for the Deep (Single) • 2015

Outside the Lines • 2014

Let the Light In (Single & B-Side) • 2014

Rise • 2012

Does She Know Yet (Single) • 2011

4 Comments on “About Tae

  1. Honestly… Needed to ‘discover’ Tae Phoenix, today. Of ALL days, it is as close to “LIFE” turning on a dime as this honest discovery could have unfolded for me.

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