About Heather

Heather Bristow grew up in North Carolina but has made her home in England for more than a decade now. She released her debut cd of original songs, 'Hope on the Vine', in 2009, tracks from which were finalist entries in the UK Songwriting Contest (UKSC), have been featured on radio programmes around the world and appeared in the top 10 on the Roots Report's UK and US folk charts in the Spring of 2010 based on airplay.
Heather has performed at bluegrass and folk festivals throughout England in a variety of line-ups, including Didmarton and Cornish bluegrass festivals, Priddy Folk Festival, Cambridge Folk Club, the Village Pump Weekender (Trowbridge), Folk at the Oak (Corsham) and a variety of venues in the Bath and Bristol area. She has performed with The New Essex Bluegrass Band, Appalachia and Hog Ranch, among others, and was a founding member of The Woodberrys. She currently performs modern and traditional folk, original songs and blues as the duo Two Corbies with her long-time collaborator Colin Sillence (who features on tracks on both CDs) and also bluegrass/Amerciana with Sean Hogan of Hog Ranch. Her harmonies also appear on the track 'Ribbons & Blows' on Stroud-based band Wilderpsin's newly released CD launched 21st Nov. 2012, 'Something to Crow About.'


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