BEFORE even going ‘on the road’ as a folk singer, travel was the norm for Heather. She was born in Africa of Scottish and Yorkshire parents and has lived in Scotland, Australia, England and Ireland. Early in her singing career Heather decided to sing songs from her travels resulting in an eclectic concert set.
In a concert Heather takes you through the gamut of emotions, from powerful ballad to gentle lullaby, with a timely sense of humour in between!
Heather’s forte is unaccompanied singing and she sings with great feeling and delicacy in her fine clear voice. Her singing is often described as very peaceful and calming to listen to and her solo concerts are sheer relaxation after a hard day at the office!
Heather has sung at many folk clubs, festivals and concerts in Scotland, Ireland, England, Wales, Germany, Denmark, the USA and Canada, solo and with various musicians. She is also a regular visitor to the recording studio with a number of solo albums and combination albums with other singers under her belt.
Heather is available for folk club, festival and concert bookings as a solo-unaccompanied singer or with Andrew Warren on Scottish small pipes, Highland Pipes and Accordion. She also gives duo performances with Perthshire poet and author Margaret Gillies-Brown
You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks from this artist using the player below.
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