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Heather Green / Press

“Nash Next Artist Interview on 97.3 NASH FM.”

“News Story from WMBD News Channel 31 - Voices of Central Illinois Segment”

“One local musician recently took a step closer to her dream as she has gained membership into the Country Music Association. Heather Green, who has been performing since she was young, spent her spring break this March in Nashville looking at colleges and finding producers. Green predicts that being a member of CMA will help move her career forward. She said that businesses and organizations will see that she is in the association. Green added that being a member will also help her get bigger venues. She also talked and met with a new endorsement company, blingcons.com, which makes “blinged” microphone sleeves, t-shirts and other accessories. The young singer is working on other endorsements as well. Earlier this week, Green released a new single titled “Player,” which can be heard on www.reverbnation.com/heathergreen13. She said she believes the new single is better than her previous work.“It just keeps going forward and (we’ll) see what happens,” Green said.”

“Heather Green, a 15-year-old sophomore at Canton High School, will be performing at the House of Blues in Chicago on Nov. 13. The performance will be for Bringin' Down the House, which showcases high school musicians from the state. She describes her music as country with a mix of pop, and her favorite artists include Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert and Avril Lavigne. Green pulls inspiration for her songwriting from her life as well as "life in general." "It's who I am, what I want to do (and) where I want to go," she said. The young musician decided she wanted to pursue music as a career at the age of nine and has been following her dream ever since. "It's a dream, you know … big lights," she said. "It's relaxing," Green said on why she likes performing. "People think of me as shy in person, but when they see me on stage, they say I'm a different person. In the meantime, Green said she is currently working on new songs and getting more gigs.”

“Canton teen releases debut album CANTON - Heather Green, 14, of Canton on June 1 released an album of original songs called "Meant to Be." The teen has signed a record contract with Big White House Studio in Avon, Ill., and also signed an artist endorsement with Daisy Rock Girl Guitars. Green started taking guitar lessons at age 9 and wrote her first song at age 10. Her upcoming performances include a show at Canton's Music in the Park series from 6 to 9 p.m. June 21 at Jones Park in Canton. For more information, visit HeatherGreenGuitarist.com. Read more: http://www.pjstar.com/entertainment/x888789453/Concert-Watch-Metamora-grad-returns-home-for-country-show#ixzz2WQgzvNsk”