Rolling Stone Country magazine named Hunt one of their top 10 “New Country Artists You Need to Know,” saying, “Phoebe Hunt merges her Appalachian-style fiddle chops with Texas twang, Indian ragas, gypsy jazz, unfamiliar time signatures and the free-spirited fun of a jam band leader.

Award winning Americana songwriter and instrumentalist Phoebe Hunt will perform in Mount Shasta at the Jefferson Center for the Arts in a rare solo show on Feb. 14, starting at 7 p.m.

Rolling Stone Country magazine named Hunt one of their top 10 “New Country Artists You Need to Know,” saying, “Phoebe Hunt merges her Appalachian-style fiddle chops with Texas twang, Indian ragas, gypsy jazz, unfamiliar time signatures and the free-spirited fun of a jam band leader. The resulting record breathes new life into a genre that’s sometimes so respectful of the past, it fails to push toward the future.”

With their critically acclaimed 2017 release “Shanti’s Shadow,” Phoebe Hunt & the Gatherers revealed “an intimate inner journey through meditation and musical exploration,” according to a press release from JCA. “‘Neither One of Us Is Wrong’ takes up where ‘Shanti’s Shadow’ left off, soaring from personal introspection to a third eye colored reflection on our larger culture and the deeping polarity of the time we live in. With this release, Hunt adds an ambitious layer to her expression by expanding creatively into the realm of visual art, releasing a music video for each song on the album.”

The Valentine’s Day show will be a celebration of the heart chakra and “the oneness of all,” JCA said.

Advance tickets are $15 and available on Eventbrite, or at the door for $20. JCA is located at 1124 Pine Grove Drive in Mount Shasta.

For more information go to www.jeffersoncenterforthearts.com or www.phoebehuntmusic.com.