Toronto, ON, CA
Singer Songwriter / Alt Pop / Alt
Happy New Year!!! While I am a bit late, I hope this year
you find even greater joy and peace in your life. The new year is such a great way
to make some lasting change and stick with it!
This year my goal is to help
as many people as I can with my time, energy and music. So far, the year is off
to a busy start. With a group of Cambridge-based artist, we helped raise money
for The Argus homeless shelter for teens. As you may have
noticed from my latest blog, "fruit lady" is my new title: I have been
running the nutrition program at our local junior public school to
provide a locally sourced fruit and veggie snack for 260 kids each morning delivered
in a little red wagon so the kids can serve themselves (read more).
Helping children keep their childhood is very
dear to my heart. This coming Saturday night, February 2nd at 8pm at
the Drake Hotel in Toronto, a group of like-minded artists are Singing
for Change in efforts to raise money for War Child's "Childhood
Matters Campaign". Please join us or donate if you can. Chris Assaad, JP Saxe,
Kristine St. Pierre, Angela Saini and myself and donating every dollar to the kids
(read more) .
Coming up in March is the Wonder Women music
series to provide empowerment workshops for female artists. There is a week full
of workshops and then a music fest at the end (read more)! Stay tuned.
Again, I am always thankful
for your support, kindness and ideas.
"Heather Hill's Leuty Station is a remarkable and beautiful sounding disc. With
strong vocals, imaginative words, music with hooks, expansive arrangements, and
sometimes epic production, she presents an interesting strong female image lyrically."
- Blair Packham, CFRB In the Studio
Blair Packham, CFRB In the Studio
"Heather Hill is not only
an incredibly talented musician, who weaves beautiful stories into music, she is
an inspiration to her fellow artists. Leaving the corporate world to pursue her
dream as an artist is both brave and terrifying and you can feel the power of her
love for her chosen profession in each and every song." Lizzie Violet,
Lipstick Indie Review
"It’s hard to imagine,
when you hear her voice, that Heather was ever a corporate vice president. Unlike
a lot of modern musicians, Hill doesn’t sound overly processed; she sounds
like a natural." Sarah Lennox, Cadence Magazine