Sierra Heuermann
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Sierra Heuermann

Los Angeles, CA | Established. Jan 01, 2016 | AFTRA

Los Angeles, CA | AFTRA
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo Pop


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"WATCH: iHeartRadio Brings Muse And One Lucky Fan Together For Collaborative Performance During 'Drones World Tour'"

Just last week, iHeartRadio brought Muse and one lucky fan together for a once-in-a-lifetime moment that will live on and on, courtesy of a few camera men who filmed the whole experience. On Monday (February 1), Sierra Heuermann won the opportunity to jam out with the band at the Verizon Center in Washington D.C. and the footage looks just as incredible.

While her soundcheck performance of "Starlight" probably rates pretty high on Sierra's bucket list, it surely wasn't her first time in front of the mic. In fact, she actually fronts her own indie/pop rock band called Sierra And The Radicals. To learn more about Sierra And The Radicals, check them out on Facebook!

Later on, Sierra gushed about the once-in-a-lifetime experience in a blog post, writing, "I oddly felt completely at home and being on a stage like that is where I belong. It was one of the happiest feelings I've ever had, and felt like it was a taste of the future!"

She also went on to detail how it felt to be working with state-of-the-art equipment ... just like her favorite band. "The top notch microphones was such a great experience! I've been wanting to use in ears for a very long time! That equipment is to die for!" she wrote. You know someone's excited when they use multiple exclamation points.

Equipment aside, Sierra called the experience "eye opening, heart and soul opening and completely inspiring," adding that the best part of the ride boiled down to the nitty gritty. "My favorite part, of course, was singing with the band," she concluded. -

"Visitor Pass: Life of Sierra Heuermann"

Visitor Pass: Life of Sierra Heuermann
By Sierra Heuermann, iHeartRadio singing contest winner

I’m just a girl from a small town in Arizona called Sedona who moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music. I came to LA not knowing anyone and started my journey to do what I love, forming my band, Sierra and The Radicals.

A few months ago, I heard about this contest on the radio: submit a video of yourself performing a Muse cover for a chance to sing with Muse. Now, I’ve been listening to Muse for years. I saw them live when I was 16 and danced to one of their songs for my senior piece in high school. Since then my band has covered “Our Time Is Running Out” on and off for about a year. I am a big fan and have been heavily inspired by them for a long time. So of course, I jumped at the opportunity to enter the contest. I called up my guitar player Alex Bowers and asked if he would be willing to play and sing harmonies and make an entry video with me. A few days later we set up the equipment and made our 30-second video in about an hour. I posted the video hoping for the best, but not at all expecting to win.

Then one day, a good while later, I got a message on Instagram saying I qualified for the contest! I thought: all right, I qualified! I still didn’t think I had won; I just thought I was one of the top few chosen. I didn’t get excited until I got another message saying that I needed to send them my information so the trip could be booked! Then, I started freaking out. I was in shock and couldn’t believe it.

Filled with joy, I called up my family and best friends and said, “I’m going to Washington D.C. to sing with Muse!” Not many people even knew I had entered the contest, so they were all surprised to hear the news. I practiced constantly, learning all the harmonies while imagining singing with Matt and getting to be on stage with Chris and Dominic. Once I got the plane tickets I was like, “Wow, this is really happening!”

Even once I got to the Verizon Center, I still had a hard time believing it was real. Then, right before I was scheduled to go on, I was told that I would be singing alone, without Matt, and that the key was going to be lower than the recording, meaning I wouldn’t be able to use anything I had practiced. I started to freak out a little, but once I walked onto that stage, I felt like it was the place I belonged. I’d been dreaming about being on a stage like that my entire life — it felt like home.

All of a sudden, I wasn’t nervous — just extremely grateful and happy. When Muse came on stage and started playing, it was one of the happiest moments of my life.

It was so amazing to sing with my heroes while getting to use their incredible equipment. I loved seeing how everything worked backstage. The band, and everyone who worked with them, was so kind, down to earth, and welcoming. The entire experience was eye opening, heart- and soul-opening and completely inspiring. -

"Sierra Heuermann"


My favourite thing about LA is that everyone here is following a passion and has a drive to better themselves.

09/09/2015, Didier BECU

Peek-A-Boo is moving to Los Angeles. We’re sitting on a sunny terrace, looking at all the stars. Look there’s Johnny Depp, and over there we can see a glimpse of Charlize Theron, and isn’t that Matt Damon around the corner? Nah, we know you won’t believe a word of it. But it’s completely true that we interviewed upcoming moviestar and musician Sierra Heuermann.

Well hello Sierra, you happen to be both an actress and singer. Perhaps we start with your movie career. Your filmography is rather short, but what an impressive list (Big Eyes of Burton or Ouija, and even Glee). How did you came in touch with such huge projects? I mean, most people really start from the bottom, not?

I honestly just got really lucky. I first started working in film because I needed to make some extra money, so I signed up with central casting to do background. From that I got called to work as a photo double or stand in for kids because I'm so petite. Doing that, I got moved up to principal roles. It's really because crew members took a chance on me and I am so grateful for that. I found out because of my size (I'm 4'10") I am able to get more jobs then the average person!

Is Sierra Heuermann the actress who wants to be a singer or is it vice versa? I mean, what came first and what is most important to you?
The reason I moved to LA was to pursue music, and that's my number one goal. I found out I love acting and working in film, it's really a dream job. I am so fortunate to be able to have such an amazing and fun job. But there's nothing like performing songs that I've written in front of a crowd and inspiring others through my music.

You live in Los Angeles. For most of us, including me, it is of course the American dream movie wise. How is that, living there? I sometimes have the idea that the dream is sometimes a nightmare as after all everybody wants to be big in Hollywood…
I love living in LA! It can be a nightmare and very very disappointing at times. But my favourite thing about LA is that everyone here is following a passion and has a drive to better themselves. People are always pushing themselves to pursue a career in doing what they love, you don't get that in most places. Even if there's so much disappointment and rejection, we keep trying, and we follow our bliss. Everyone is in Los Angeles is here for a reason, and it's not to give up, it's an opportunity to do what we love, and keep working hard on the thing we love most.

You’ve been featured in two horror movies so far (Ouija and Sinister 2), is that a coincidence? I mean, are you the kind of woman who is addicted to horror movies?
Haha NO! I actually hate watching horror films. I am a scaredy cat! However I LOVE working and shooting horror, it's definitely my favorite genre to shoot. It's not scary at all when your making it.

Horror movies also implies many make-up. Seeing you in Ouija, makes me wonder how long you have to be in the make-up chair. Isn’t that boring?
Gosh, I was getting makeup done for 5 hours everyday, and was in the make up for over 12 hours each day. It wasn't boring getting it done though, I just talked to the makeup artist and I would text the whole time. Oddly enough to the time passes pretty fast. The boring part is waiting around for the scene to be set up.

Let’s dream a bit… With whom (directors and actors) would it be a dream to work with?
Hmm I'm not really sure, I'll take anything! I think it would be cool to work on a David Fincher film. Actors... I just want to work with kind people. My dream would be to be in a musical film though, then I get get the best both of both worlds, and I could dance too!

Any forthcoming plans regarding movies?
I'm not allowed to say! So you'll just have to keep an eye out ;)

As said you are a musician too. It’s completely my style, but in a way it reminded me of what Hole is doing. Female pop with a heavy dose of punk. Can you agree with this?
Yeah! I mean our music is very pop focused, but there is a lot of songs we have that definitely bring out the punk side!

I really love that name, Sierra And The Radicals. How do you come up with this? Again, it sounds quite punky!
My bass player Wesley Tyler Johnson came up with the name, it was going to be Sierra's Fault, but we were told by a producer that it sounded to negative and didn't fit the music style. I'm glad we went with Sierra And The Radicals, so far a lot of people really like the name! We choose radicals because the definition of radical is RADICAL: (especially of change or action) relating to or affecting the fundamental nature of something; far-reaching or thorough. And we are all about that!!

Can you tell us something about the releases and how people can get in touch with your music?
Yes! Right now you can buy our single “Jeff” on iTunes and Spotify. We have the music video release for that song coming out on September 19th on Youtube and our website!!

We are in the process of making a full EP with the producer Christian James Hand who is amazing! Once that is done you'll see all the songs up on iTunes, Spotify and all music websites. And you can always visit our Facebook, Instagram, or our website to keep updated, and listen to music! Just search Sierra And The Radicals

I asked you about your dreams as an actress, which are Sierra’s dreams as a musician?
I want this band to go far. My goal is to get signed by a major and be on major radio stations. We want to play festivals, tour and open for big acts, and headline one day. Whatever happens, the main goal is for people to be inspired and relate to the music.

Over here in Belgium it’s a hard situation for musicians to be heard. In Los Angeles I can imagine that is even a bigger problem as there are so many more bands around. How’s that and how’s the situation for your band?
Yes! It's even harder then being an actress! There's so many talented people out here and it's hard to get noticed. The best thing we can do is support other bands and have them support us.

Any plans to release something?
The music video and the EP! Keep an eye out for both!

What’s your favourite movie and music album of all time and please tell us why…
Movie: I have three. Fight club, Garden State and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

These are all very psychological movies that focus around knowing who you are and finding yourself.

Music : Zero 7, Sia Thrice, Radiohead, Panic! At The Disco, John Mayer, and I am a fan of Taylor Swift too! Much more! I can't list them all! :)

It’s forbidden to use Wikipedia, dear Sierra (so I trust you), but what do you know about Belgium?

Well! I know it’s in Europe! And I also know that there is 3 different languages spoken there! Dutch, French and German! (I hope that’s correct!) I also LOVE Belgium waffles!

Wow, you're not only an actress and a singer, you're Wikipedia too!

Didier BECU - Didier BECU


"Little Voices" - EP



     Sierra Heuermann is an American singer/songwriter/actress born in Orange County California. Sierra became interested in performing as a child, and she started writing songs at age 14. She is primarily known for her work on the feature film Ouija, playing the main antagonist, Doris Zander. In early 2016 Sierra sang with the popular rock band Muse in Washington DC at the Verizon center.

In addition to her acting career, and through her incredible determination, Sierra is coming out with her first EP titled “Little Voices.” The EP will feature her single “Closer,” along with more of Sierra’s original songs, artwork, and more. Sierra Heuermann has played some of the top venues in Los Angeles, including the House of Blues, the Hotel Cafe, the Viper Room, Whiskey a Go-go, The Mint, and numerous private affairs. She has done so with her backing band, Sierra and The Radicals.

Sierra has a unique writing style, such that her pop music is not only catchy, but also carries intense emotion. “I wanted to create something that wasn’t just catchy. It was very important to me to write lyrics that were well thought out for each song, so that everything connects, everything makes sense, and it’s all relatable. I write from experience, and from the heart. I want people to hear how we all experience love, hurt, all the up, downs, and in-betweens of life. I want people to hear my emotions so they could feel theirs. There were several takes where I was on the verge of tears. I made sure to feel everything with the intensity of how I felt when each song was inspired."

“I work hard doing what I love everyday. Whether it's performing and putting on a great show or writing a song and being completely honest with myself, my daily mission is to make myself full, therefore spreading that joy to others. I get great satisfaction inspiring kindness and honesty around me, and I have been blessed with great and supportive friends and family. I love my life.”


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