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Nebraska native recording artist Heidi Merrill channels a city girl presence from her Cornhusker country roots. Heidi delivers a enrapturing and smokey texture, blending country with a silky pop/rock edge...  Once she catches your attention, she’ll have your heart hooked and your feet tapping.

The newest single to hit the radio stations is "Love on Fire" - hits the heart and relates to anyone wanting to rekindle a love gone dry. Her single “Game On” takes on a sporty theme and was picked up by CBS “Inside College Basketball.” Merrill plans to release more upbeat stadium style music in 2019.

Heidi Merrill’s album “Home Grown” was released Oct 2, 2015 and is getting great traction as well as radio play in the mid-west.  Her single “Cornhusker Strong” is a fan favorite among fellow Nebraskans.  Merrill has been labeled the modern-day Annie Lennox that meets Stevie Nicks and Shania Twain, with the influence of a Pop, Country and Rock fusion. She savors the bare rock sounds of Kings of Leon and the soaring range of Chris Cornell. Other influences include: Evanescence, Martina McBride, Miranda Lambert, and Jason Aldean.

Heidi Merrill has recently toured the entire east coast as an opening performer for headliners Howie Day, Tyler Hilton, and Anna Nalick.  A stand-out moment was her duet with Tyler Hilton at Subculture NYC of “When the Stars Go Blue,” made famous by Tyler’s television character on One Tree Hill. Since the release of her first EP “The Way I Feel” in 2012, Heidi Merrill has matured rapidly as a singer-songwriter and continues to draw in a lion-share audience both at her live performances and in fan-base. To date, Heidi Merrill has released new empowering music on her website, with songs like; “Feeling’s Gone”, “Feel Like Makin Love” “Wildfire” and the fan-favorites “Faded” and “Cryin Wolf”.

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