Feature | Neyland Stadium Jumbotron
In 2014, Heather worked with the University of Tennessee Athletic department and VFL Films to create a Jumbotron feature for Neyland Stadium. The video featured Heather performing her single "Can I Get a Volunteer" with UT Volunteer football players and Coach Butch Jones. The video was broadcast on the Neyland stadium Jumbotron during SEC Network timeouts throughout the 2014 season.
Songwriting & Recording | Nashville
In 2013, Heather wrote and released her first two Country singles, "Can I Get a Volunteer" and "My Reason Why" on the Nickajack Music label. "Can I Get a Volunteer" would go on to get airtime on some of the largest reporting stations in the US including 107.7 WIVK.
(c) 2013 Heather Jakeman and Brian Hewgley
(p) 2013 Nickajack
Credits: Ken Lewis (Drums), Matt Pierson (Bass), Jeff King (Egtr), Seth Taylor (Agtr), Jim VanCleve (Fiddle), Dan Dugmore (Steel), Mike Rojas (Keys), Wendy Moten & Vicki Hampton (Background vocals), Jason Sever & Rachel Thibodeau (Background vocals).
Produced and mixed by David Hall. Assistant engineers: Sean Badum, David Dreas and Manuel Ruano. Production Assistance: Scott Phillips. Mastering by Benny Quinn. Executive producer Brian Hewgley. Recorded and Mixed at Blackbird Studio
Jazz Performances | Asia
From 2010 to 2014, Heather performed jazz, swing, pop and R&B throughout China, Hong Kong, and Vietnam. During those four years, Heather regularly performed six nights a week and proved to be a valuable partner for Jazz clubs like Aria (Beijing) and Jade on 36 (Shanghai).
Below are some sample of Heather's jazz projects.
POP PERFORMANCES | ASIA
While living in Asia, Heather also performed pop and dance music with DJs and full bands at night clubs in Beijing. In Hong Kong, she sang pop, neo soul, and r&b six nights a week at the InterContinental.
In 2017, Heather is booking work in the greater Phoenix area. Please see contact link for booking info.