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    The Heather Pierson Trio - The Hard Work of Living

    Presented by at Amazing Things Art Center

    August 16, 2014


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    The Heather Pierson Trio - The Hard Work of Living

    At first glance, Heather Pierson appears to be the girl next door – youthful, friendly, a little bit shy. At the seat of a piano or brandishing her father’s old Gibson, however, she transforms into a world-class performer, baring her soul in a manner that leaves her listeners breathless and aching for more. Heather is a pianist, multi-genre singer/songwriter and performer and winner of the 2012 New England Songwriting Contest....

    At first glance, Heather Pierson appears to be the girl next door – youthful, friendly, a little bit shy. At the seat of a piano or brandishing her father’s old Gibson, however, she transforms into a world-class performer, baring her soul in a manner that leaves her listeners breathless and aching for more. Heather is a pianist, multi-genre singer/songwriter and performer and winner of the 2012 New England Songwriting Contest. From New Orleans jazz to poignant folk narratives and Delta-style blues to soul-stirring instrumentals and chants, Heather’s memorable, intimate and cathartic live performances move seamlessly and effortlessly from one style to the next, and a growing catalog of wildly divergent CD releases reflects her boundless creativity. Her seventh studio recording, The Hard Work of Living, was released in October 2013 and features her Americana/folk/roots songwriting, including her award winning single “A Hard Man To Please”. Her first-rate chops at the piano and guitar paired with her bell-tone, pitch-perfect vocals provide the vehicle for Heather’s creativity, whether it’s in her originally penned songs or her spot-on interpretations of others’ work. - See more at: http://www.heatherpierson.com/bio/#sthash.HsNM2YGT.dpuf


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