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Heather Blush and the Uppercuts

Heather Blush is a singer/songwriter based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Whether performing solo or with her trio, her sound can be described as somewhere between the newly-named "Adult Alternative" genre and old "Ella/Louis-style" vocal jazz/blues.

With energetic, audience-engaging shows, she is quickly becoming known for lyrics that cover all bases between witty sarcasm and gutwrenching honesty.

Her songwriting and vocals are most often compared to Norah Jones, Joni Mitchell, and Maria Muldaur, but her style is truly unique.  Her songs are difficult to categorize, but are most often described as jazz, folk, and R&B-influenced. Her eclectic style is not surprising when you consider her background as a classically-trained pianist, folk guitarist, and jazz vocalist.

Heather's debut CD, First Blush, released in March 2005, was recorded with Juno award-winning producer Dan Donahue (Valdy, Connie Kaldor) of Winnipeg.

It received radio play nationally, and as far away as Portugal, Spain, and Serbia. Her Latest release 'Vice' is getting rave reviews across the country and is played almost daily on the CBC.  Heather is definitely one of Canada's up and coming premiere jazz vocalists.

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