Heather Laveaux
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Heather Laveaux

Band Jazz Singer/Songwriter


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"Heather Laveaux - la chanteuse extraordinaire"

"Heather Laveaux has a beautiful name, a beautiful voice and a beautiful face. She also writes great tunes. One of the tough things about this business is that, as a musician, you are constantly asked “what kind of music do you play”? But it must be extra tough for Heather because her music crosses quite a few boundaries. It’s sultry and sexy, innocent and shy. It sounds like country at times – but the way Chris Isaak sings country. It sounds like jazz at times – maybe a little bit like a female Chet Baker…full of longing and unrequited emotions. On a song like “Never” she is more pop…I’m thinking mid-70's Elton John. Three of the five tunes on her new EP are self-penned and they are fine tunes indeed. Let’s just say that if she can recruit the likes of Lee Sklar (Bette Midler, America, Graham Nash and many more) she ain’t no dilettante. Listen to Heather’s seductive tones and, just as importantly, buy her EP. She is a rising star and we are lucky to have her.
- George Grosman, thedailyschmooze.blog.com (Jun 19, 2012) - George Grosman


"3 Octave Martini" 5-song EP
"The Lounge of Laveaux" (11-song digital LP - due 10/2012)

Radio Airplay:
"Why Don't You Do Right"
"One for My Baby"
"All of Me"



My love for music has grown exponentially over the years and remains the most powerful link to memories of people and places along my journey.
No matter how blissful the memory, or heart-wrenching the event in my life; there is at least one song that captured that emotion and immediately transports me to that exact moment in time. As soon as I hear the first few notes of a party anthem, the swell of a power ballad, requisite sappy love song, or the resounding refrain of a great drinking song; I'm there - when or wherever "there" may be. Although I am a huge movie buff and have watched an inordinate amount of television and film, nothing compares to the imagery evoked by really great music. Having a wide vocal range (more than three octaves) allows me to slip between multiple singing styles and genres and portray a large number of characters. The greatest character to play, however, is myself. I prefer an intimate lounge setting to make the audience feel like it's actually a private conversation, for no one but themselves.