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"Heather Lingle has a powerful voice, great energy, and is a true performer with passion." -BoZone.com
Heather Lingle is a Montana-based, Texas-born singer/songwriter who calls her brand of music "MonTexas Americana." Her debut album, Coyote Beauty, made New Music Weekly’s Indie Chart at #19 in 2012. Her latest album, Welcome to Blue Town, was in the Top 10 Favorite Montana-made Albums of 2015, according to LivelyTimes.com. Lingle is currently recording her third album, to be released June 2017.
Heather Lingle's style is intimate and passionate as she takes you on a journey through her songs of struggle, love, triumph and pain. With her powerful, spot-on vocals she captivates her audiences and conveys the spirit of true Americana music.
Heather grew up in a musical family in Texas with her step-dad, Floyd Luker, as her bass player. Her mom, Peggy Luker, and grandmother, Dorothy Rinehart Lester have co-written songs with her such as “Last Call on Love” and “Blue Town”. Lingle is also cousin to the late Cowboy Slim Rinehart, one of the first “Singing Cowboys” of the 1930s and ‘40s. He was inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame in 1996 “in recognition of his being a pioneer of the Texas music scene.”*
"Lingle's vocal style is cut from the cloth of Cheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt, and even Patsy Cline." - IndieMusicDigest.com
For more information, visit www.HeatherLingle.com. * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cowboy_Slim_Rinehart