Heather Youmans is a singer-songwriter, bassist and actress born and raised in San Diego, Calif. The “essence of a Southern California singer/songwriter” (American Songwriter Magazine), Heather’s music is raw, honest, emotional and influenced by a range of dynamic women in music, including: HAIM, P!nk, Kelly Clarkson, Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morissette, Fiona Apple, Joss Stone and Donna Missal.
Heather has written/recorded original music featured in Forbes, Parade Magazine and the LA Times, played on Top40 radio and in movies - including "Flicka 2" (alongside country music icon Clint Black), "Marley and Me 2” and "High Strung," premiering at TCL Chinese Theatre. She’s also opened for Sting and the late Natalie Cole and sang the national anthem solo for the LA Kings at Staples Center. In 2020 she appeared as the "Tap Dancer" on Fox’s “I Can See Your Voice" singing and tapping for Train’s Pat Monahan, Celebrity Detectives Bob Saget, Yvette Nicole Brown, Cheryl Hines and host Ken Jeong.