Heather Batchelor is "one of the Nashville pop scene's brightest new stars" (Aileen James, Queens of Country).
This Little Rock, AR native grew up singing in school choirs while her father taught her guitar. Family car rides were a soundtrack of the 70s. Artists such as Carole King, Al Green, and Natalie Cole felt right at home alongside Sara Bareilles and John Mayer. Fusing pop and soul became a natural instinct for Heather, as did moving to Austin to pursue music. She began performing in the courtyard of her college campus - The University of Texas at Austin - and was soon playing all over town. It was at this time that Heather caught the attention of a team of Nashville producers and decided to make Music City her new home. Ever since, this songstress has become a powerhouse. She’s released three EPs and performed with artists such as Honey County, Daphne Willis and Elise Davis. Heather was also featured on Nashville’s own Lightning 100 radio station, the title track from her “Walk This Off” EP landed a spot on The 615 playlist