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Multi Genre mix from full hard rock/metal to acoustic and electronic instrumentals!
*Hard Rock/Metal-Raped, Close My Mind
*Acoustic and Alt. Rock-Away, Reason
*Instrumental Classical-Wasted Time Cover
HEATHER MERE (ASCAP), musician, composer, singer/song writer and activist from Buffalo, New York. Offering songs with powerful and versatile lyrics and vocals. Combining hard rock, acoustic and electronic elements, expanding into many genres.
Heather Mere, working with various musicians and bands, has shared the stage at venues and festivals with artists including Goo Goo Dolls, Stemm, Disown, Otep, Mower, and Displaced among others. Heather Mere has appeared in Guitar One and in the Lollapalooza Festival Guide in 2006.
Heather's music has been featured in events broadcast on Comcast Sports South, XSTV-FOX Sports, Adelphia Channel 20, and with OSPW Wrestling.
Her music has appeared on Sirius Satellite Radio and in various regional radio shows and podcasts around the country.
In 2004, she was nominated Best Solo Artist--and her EP, Shattered I was nominated Best EP--by WBNY-FM 91.3
out Buffalo State University in Buffalo, NY.
Through 2006 and 2008, Heather Mere began working in studio on developing a new catalog of songs as well as broadening her musical abilities and talents by diving head first into scoring and composing music for film and television show soundtracks.
From 2009-to the early part of 2010 Heather took a break from the music and focused on her family, welcoming into the world her second child. During this time she began evolving more of her sound and artistry and
in 2013 released her first multi-genre electronic and piano instrumental album "Aurora." Taking her early years as an acoustic then electronic then hard rock artist and combined them into a unique listening experience.
Heather has started working on new hard rock material with an ever evolving sound of genre mixing and depth both musically and lyrically and plans for a late 2014 full length release is in the works.