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 Heather’s down-to-earth realness that makes this former television producer (E!’s Talk Soup) so lovable and relatable. Add to that the fact that she’s a Fresno, CA native now living in Los Angeles, and she stands out in an even more beautiful, captivating, and curious way. Heather 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.
The road to becoming a fixture in the Los Angeles music scene was one much less traveled for Heather. She spent years working in television until eventually her curiosity and desire to be in front of the camera led her to quit her cushy job to pursue music and acting full-time. She toured with the Inda Eaton Band as a background vocalist, opening for Hootie & the Blowfish, LeAnn Rimes, John Hiatt and Blues Traveler. She also wrote and performed a popular one-woman cabaret show and lent her voice to a track alongside Julie Andrews in “The Great American Mousical.” In 2008, Heather independently released her debut album Life of the Party, which has seen placements on television shows (Men in Trees) and films (Young, Single and Angry).