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Heather Stewart


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"“Passionate, spellbinding tracks of raw and unadulterated gloriousness that puts to shame many in the country spotlight.”"

Hailing from Los Angeles and bringing you her debut album, it would be an understatement to say Heather is not successful enough already. With this album’s title track appearing on the popular show “Men In Trees” as well as an indie film called “Young, Single and Angry” this is one artist going places and certainly heading in the right direction.

Consisting of just eleven tracks, the level of awesomeness fitted into these songs is quite astonishing. With a genius sound about it, “If I Can’t Take You With Me” is perhaps one of the finest tracks I have heard for some time. The around the campfire sound has all the hallmarks of classic country song due to the simplicity but brilliant style in which this song is played in. It could be played in an arena without the aid of electricity, which as any country music fan knows, is a sure sign of said status. The same can certainly be said about “Never Lookin’ Back”. With some awesome slide at its very beginning, it has an effective beat that moves along like a locomotive; a bona fide bluegrass track played in a contemporary style. With a sparse and blues infused sound all about it, “Can He Be” is very reminiscent of Deborah Bonham. With the inclusion of some scatting in the middle, the use of organ throughout is the touch of genius.

Although she has already experienced success due to her media exposure, I see no reason why Heather could not tour the UK as the release of this album must surely lead her to generating legions of fans right here in ol’ Blighty. - Maverick Magazine

""Combines upbeat rockers and jazzy ballads with bits of blues, country and bluegrass, all topped of with her sweet, mesmerizing voice.""

Los Angeles based Stewart is a long-time background vocalist and actress who has even performed her won one-woman cabaret show. Her debut album (whose opener “Life of the Party” was featured on ABC’s Men in Trees) combines upbeat rockers and jazzy ballads with bits of blues, country and bluegrass, all topped of with her sweet, mesmerizing voice. This is a cut above similarly styled adult contemporary music, thanks largely to Stewart’s and songwriting partner Peter Andrews’ varied arrangements, rich, full-bodied production and highly proficient background players. On the slower numbers on which Stewart excels, such as “Accidents Will Happen” (not the Elvis Costello song), “Let Me Go” and “If I Can’t Take You With Me”, the band deliver just the right shading and character, greatly enhancing the LPs smoky, late-night ambience. - The Big Take-Over


Life of the Party - Released 2008
What It Is - To Be Released 10-08-13



Americana/acoustic rock singer/songwriter Heather Stewart sees life the same way she writes and sings about it – grounded and for what it is. She sings with range, power and emotion, but it’s her down-to-earth realness that makes this former television producer (E!’s Talk Soup) so engaging and relatable. She offers the next generation what artists like Bonnie Raitt and Sheryl Crow gave to the world, particularly women – genuine conversations from the heart, a fiery and courageous spirit, and killer live performances. On October 8, 2013 Heather will independently release her sophomore full-length album, What It Is. Recorded “live off the floor” with producer Greg Critchley at legendary Los Angeles studios the Sound Factory and Sunset Sound, What It Is has a raw, organic vibe, complimentary to Heather’s being. It tackles life’s big ideas and questions, but leaves the listener with a calming and genuine acceptance of leading with love and letting things be what they are.