After taking time off to raise her daughter, Levoy is back in the studio recording her fourth album, Extraordinary Muse, a lush soundscape of vocals, guitar, piano, acoustic bass, cello and violin. In Muse, she has drawn on her love of wild places and work as a climate activist to explore her relationship with nature.
Levoy has performed at some of the nation's most prestigious venues and showcases, including the Great American Music Hall, Iron Horse Music Hall, Kerrville Folk Festival, and ASCAP’s Quiet on the Set. She has received numerous songwriting awards including First Place in the Unisong International Contest, Mid-Atlantic National Competition and West Coast Songwriting Contest.
Levoy’s songwriting and vocal style fuses eclectic influences into a unique show that is “exceptional, resonant and passionate” said SF Weekly. East Bay critic Larry Kelp described Levoy as “one of the most original singer/songwriters to come out of the San Francisco Bay Area.” “She has a beautiful voice that can soar and scat, get folky and funky, and enchant crowds” stated the Daily Hampshire Gazette. “Poetic as hell, raw, visual. I’m a fan,” said producer Jim Ocean.