Heather Lingle

When:
January 15, 2017 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
2017-01-15T17:00:00-07:00
2017-01-15T19:00:00-07:00
Cost:
Free

Heather Lingle

Heather Lingle

Join us on Sunday for an afternoon of live music with Heather Lingle. Begin your week with a great beer, and great music!

Heather Lingle is a Montana-based, Texas-born singer/songwriter who hit the growing independent music scene in 2012 with her critically acclaimed debut album, Coyote Beauty, that peaked at #19 on New Music Weekly’s National Indie Chart and appeared on Japan’s Real Country Top 200.  Her latest album, Welcome to Blue Town, was named by Lively Times as one of the Top 10 Favorite Montana Albums of 2015!*  Featured tracks on this album include “Man of Mine,”  “First Snowflake” and  “Got Me Down.”  Check out the official music video for “Man of Mine” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElIsiDxLJHc&list=PL81PG3ivTKW-pALuEGVRGdu-T0H6tqaOt&index=2

Heather grew up in a musical family in Texas with her step-dad, Floyd Luker, as her bass player and her mom, Peggy Luker and grandmother, Dorothy Rinehart Lester as co-songwriters.   Additionally, Heather is 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 will appear in the upcoming independent film The Tinderbox performing her tune “Man of Mine” from her second album Welcome to Blue Town (2015). This song will be included on the official soundtrack for The Tinderbox.

Heather Lingle’s solo acoustic shows are intimate and personal as she takes you on a journey through her original songs of struggle, love, triumph and pain. With her powerful, passionate voice she entertains her audience and conveys true Americana music. In addition, she has an uncommonly good band who keeps the crowd dancing with two-steppers and waltzes from some of Americana’s best artists, as well as, fan-favorite originals like “Man of Mine,” “Last Call on Love,” “Got Me Down,” “Whiskey for Breakfast” and “First Snowflake”.

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