The Daily Special
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The Daily Special

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The Daily Special @ Arts in the Park

Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada

Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada

The Daily Special @ The Chocolate Claim - 305 Strickland

Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada

Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada

The Daily Special @ Sunstroke @ Shipyards Park

Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada

Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada

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Loewen's music - essentially pop - is as diverse as the lyrics contained within...I found plenty of sonic sparkles, splashes and hooks to tickle my ear bone. Loewen's vocal performance is consistently strong and her ability to sing a melody is, well, music to my ears. - Bill Polonsky, What's Up, Yukon?

re: releasing self-recorded EP
The disk shows the acoustic side of Loewen's musical abilities. This music creates strong images and paints vivd stories of the life in the North and is well worth the $10 at Rose Music and Triple J Music stores. - Mark Prins, the Whitehorse Star

Falling is well written, well constructed, and all around well done.

Heather Loewen's vocals are melodic and mysterious. The instrumentation gives to the song well, meshing and building together with the vocals rather than the two fighting for attention.

This is a really good alternative/pop track- listen for it on the Limelight....
- Khiki Kavan - The Limelight Radio Show


I wish I knew - Heather Loewen's solo EP released January 2006
"All-Day Breakfast" - Heather Loewen & the Daily Special released June 15, 2006
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Heather hit the Yukon music scene in 2002 with poignant and emotion-filled acoustic songs, somewhere between folk and pop.
Only a year later, she had her first demo recording with the beginnings of the Daily Special - Ken, Micah and Patrick. This alt-rock band played the Yukon summer festival circuit for three years until "All-Day Breakfast" was completed in June 2006. It was time for the band members to go their separate ways and explore new musical territory, and for Heather to move back to the sunny Okanagan from whence she came.
Heather Loewen is working on new material that is reminiscent of her earlier work in the sense that it is based on sights, sounds and emotions of the moment, with bits and pieces of past life experience.
A new maturity in lyrics and technique show Heather's growth both personally and artistically.