Performing throughout the UK since 2009, Heather Marie is a talented and professional singer specialising in music from a bygone era.
Heather Marie is a talent not be missed, having appeared as a featured soloist with the Royal Air Force Squadronaires, the Syd Lawrence Orchestra, the Band of the Royal Air Force Regiment and the Band of the Royal Air Force College.
Heather Marie has performed for leading national and International charities and companies including : The Royal Air Forces Association, The Royal Air Force, The Royal Navy, The TA, Royal British Legion, The National Trust, Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, Manchester Pride, Boots, Specsavers, Honda, MS Society and the RSPCA to name just a short selection.
Heather Marie Music From A Bygone Era
Often appearing on both Radio and Television programmes and in national magazines Heather has been featured on the BBC, ITV, BFBS and in Vintage Life Magazine amongst other publications.
Heather continues to perform throughout the UK at national events, wartime weekends, corporate functions, charity events, vintage fairs, weddings and private functions. Professional vocalist Heather Marie travels throughout the UK to bring you songs from the 1940s, Wartime, the 1950s, swing, big band and musicals. Heather Marie has invested in state of the art BOSE sound equipment which is fully PAT tested, and she also holds full public liability insurance as a registered member of Equity.
Heather Marie sings That Old Devil Called Love
Popular acts in the 40s / 50s included: Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Frankie Laine, Patti Page, Judy Garland, Johnnie Ray, Kay Starr, Perry Como, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Dean Martin, Georgia Gibbs, Eddie Fisher, Teresa Brewer, Dinah Shore, Kitty Kallen, Joni James, Peggy Lee, Julie London, Toni Arden, June Valli, Doris Day, Arthur Godfrey, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Guy Mitchell, Nat King Cole, and vocal groups like The Mills Brothers, The Ink Spots, The Four Lads, The Four Aces, The Chordettes, Fontane Sisters, The Hilltoppers and The Ames Brothers.
Jo Stafford’s ‘You Belong To Me’ was the #1 song of 1952 on the Billboard Top 100 chart.