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Heather Hardy

Heather Hardy

Folk / alternative Damariscotta, ME  US
How You Do That
How You Do That
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Ramblin' Rose
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Ain't No Grave
Felix Garcia
Felix Garcia


Heather Hardy


  • Tue

    Apr 28

    Damariscotta, ME, US | 6:00pm

    This is a fundraiser to help Senior Spectrums. Dinner is from 5-6 and music from 6-8. There will be a line-up of performers. I will be playing from 7-7:25.



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  • Billy Kicks (Artist)
    Billy Kicks
    very talented songwriting! Thank you for being you :-)
  • King Coral (Artist)
    King Coral
    love your sound...great singing...you are definitely OTVOG (on the verge of greatness)...peace and love from King Coral in Seattle...



Bio: Winner of the 2013 Maine Songwriting Competition and 2nd place winner of the 2012 New England Songwriting Contest, Heather Hardy is a singer-songwriter living in Bristol, Maine. She plays guitar and ukulele, and has a blast playing her guitar like a stand-up bass. Heather blends her unique voice ...See Full Bio


Heather Hardy has a show on 04/17/2015 at 06:00 PM @ Port City Blue in Portland, ME http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5r90ma #concert


"Our music festival has developed a loyal following and the audience response to Heather Hardy's opening performance was the best of any we've had in the last several years. At times humorous, at times serious, always smart and lyrical, she held the stage with her engaging presence and gorgeous vocals."

— Steven Hufnagel, Executive Director of the Damariscotta River Association

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Felix Garcia
Feb 4, 2014

This song is a true story of an innocent deaf man who has been in prison for 32 ... [more]


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Q: In light of the song you played at the coffee house in Damariscotta recently, thought you would appreciate this: https://urnabios.com/ from the Porters Jud's friends at the point.

A: Hi Patricia, thank you very much for that interesting info. Bio urns sound like a good way to go....so to speak. I love the idea of a cemetery forest. I can picture people visiting trees instead of tombstones.

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