The Heathens

The Heathens


Formed around a strong Americana sound, the music of The Heathens has both a classic and modern feel. The Heathens represent a new step forward in the evolution of traditional American music.


Hailing from the suburbs of Orlando, Florida, the Heathens are exactly what their name implies: a group of five rag-tag musicians with a fondness for good times and good music.

The Heathens have developed a fanbase of all ages. It is this diverse appeal that has allowed the band to play shows with groups like Now Its Overhead, The Avett Brothers, Hank Williams III, and Pernice Brothers.

The debut album, Big White House, was recorded by Rob McGregor (producer of albums for Hot Water Music, Rumble Seat, Alkaline Trio) in Gainesville, FL.

The first single from the album, Stickin' Around, has a music video that has already been honored with the Audience Choice Award at Florida Music Festival 2006 and was featured at the Los Angeles Film Festival.

Big White House has also had a strong debut on college radio with AAA charts at college stations across the US.


Big White House (CD, 7-4-2006, Post*Records)
full-length debut
first single: Stickin' Around

Set List

Typical Set Time: 30min to 1hr
Cover Songs: rarely