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Heidi Zettl Band / Press

“Collin County band branches into Dallas music scene. Comprised of Lovejoy High School sophomore Heidi Zettl on lead vocals, Plano Senior High School graduate Zach Whitchurch on drums, and Allen High School graduates Cameron Griffin and Angel Trujillo on guitar and bass respectively, the group can be found anywhere around town, playing at places like Spoons Café in McKinney, Sundance Square, Six Flags and the Prophet Bar in Dallas. In 2012, band recorded and released its all-original debut EP titled “Soul Colours.” That same year, Zettl won first place in the Texas Independent Music Expo Performing Songwriter Competition. The single, “Crazy,” also was a semi-finalist in the 2012 International Songwriting Competition. The band recorded two more original hits in last year: “River” and “Tell Me Everything,” and collaborated over the summer to write and record the theme song for WFAA Channel 8’s weekly TV show, “Live, Love, Laugh Today,” which began airing last Septem”

“Heidi Zettl's song "Crazy" wins semi-finalist in the 2012 International Songwriting Competition.”

"Huge shout out to the Heidi Zettl Band!!! Can't wait to reveal our Live, Love, Laugh Today Show's THEME SONG!!!"

“Heidi Zettl wins first place the 2012 Texas Independent Music Expo Performing Songwriters Competition.”

“Student Makes Her Mark on Music Industry Everyone has listened to music at some point in their life. Whether it was in an elevator, on an iPhone, at church, or at a concert. However, not many can claim that they have written the lyrics, the music and even performed those songs. Freshman Heidi Zettl is one of the few that can. When she is not studying for her next chemistry test, she is rehearsing with her band. When she is not writing essays in French, she is writing lyrics for her label. “I am the lead singer and keyboardist in the band,” Zettl said “The music I compose is a mix of pop, folk, country and techno genres. It is really important to me because it allows for me to set goals and challenge myself, so I develop a good work ethic.” “We have played at Six Flags, Whitewright Grande Street Festival, McKinney’s “Dickens of a Christmas”, and Ft. Worth Sundance Square Parade of Lights” Zettl said. (see web link for full article)”

“Texan Singer-Songwriter Heidi Zettl Releases Newest Single "Crazy". Long Beach, CA (PressExposure) December 10, 2012 -- Arlington born Heidi Zettl has released her newest single, "Crazy," to broad acclaim. The track combines the complexity of classical composition with the radical overtones of modern rock 'n' roll to create a sound that is both intellectually intriguing and emotionally charged. The melodies are mostly carried by Zettl, herself, whose whirling vocals showcase an earnest rawness that contrasts perfectly against her delicate piano playing. Her style of singing is not unlike that of Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries, except that Zettl boasts a broader range than O'Riordan, perhaps, and is even more fearless at the writing table, where she never balks at including a particularly difficult measure, or an entirely unexpected chord progression. "Crazy" is a single full of power and beauty, two attributes that are increasingly difficult to find in today's polarized and ever”

“Texan Singer-songwriter Heidi Zettl Releases Newest Single “Crazy”. Arlington born Heidi Zettl has released her newest single, “Crazy,” to broad acclaim. The track combines the complexity of classical composition with the radical overtones of modern rock 'n' roll to create a sound that is both intellectually intriguing and emotionally charged. The melodies are mostly carried by Zettl, herself, whose whirling vocals showcase an earnest rawness that contrasts perfectly against her delicate piano playing. Her style of singing is not unlike that of Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries, except that Zettl boasts a broader range than O'Riordan, perhaps, and is even more fearless at the writing table, where she never balks at including a particularly difficult measure, or an entirely unexpected chord progression. “Crazy” is a single full of power and beauty, two attributes that are increasingly difficult to find in today's polarized and ever more pigeonholed music industry.”

“Whitewright -- The 10th annual Grand Street Fall Festival in Whitewright gets bigger and better every year and a wide selection of live music is scheduled from 9:00 a.m. until the festival closes at 4:00 Saturday, November 3. It all gets underway bright and early at 9:00 a.m. with a 15-minute performance by the Whitewright High School Marching Band, folowed by an acoustic set by Stacey Cohorst. Free admission & parking with the festival kicking off at 9 and there will be live entertainment on the main stage all day, including a performance by Elvis tribute artist Charlie Whitworth at 11:45 a.m. and then pop artists, The Heidi Zettl Band. In all more than a dozen very talented performers promise to entertain the crowd. ”

“Live Entertainment One great aspect of the Grand Street Fall Festival is the Free & Exceptional Live Entertainment all day. This year we have great performers from near and far! 12:15-1:00 Heidi Zettl Band Pop Band ”

“Main Stage Entertainment: 12:30 p.m. Heidi Zettl Band”

“Main Stage Entertainment: Heidi Zettl Band, a five-piece band performing holiday music set to a, "jazzy," beat. Several original songs are featured.”

“We are performing three thirty minute sets, 1-1:30, 2-2:30, 3-3:30. We will be at the Backporch Stage. Come out and see us, we will be signing posters between sets.”

“We are performing three, thirty minute sets. First show is at 1-1:30, second show is 2-2:30 the third 3-3:30. Backporch Stage. We are performing four of our original songs that our band has never been performed in public before-saving them for Six Flags-along with some exciting cover songs. We will be selling our CD and T-shirts. We thank Six Flags for their "Live and Local" program that supports local tallent”

“The Heidi Zettl Band is performing at the Whitewright Grand Street Fall Festival, Saturday, November 3rd at 12:15. What better way to enjoy our crisp fall weather in North Texas than to visit a local festival! The Heidi Zettl Band from the Allen and Plano area have a fantastic show planned. Join them after the show and meet the band: Heidi Zettl, Zach Whitchurch, Cameron Griffin and Angel Trujillo. The day will be filled with great music, good food and even a classic car show. There is something for everyone. find the band on facebook, twitter and youtube as well as reverbnation.com and iTunes.”

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