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Heather Chappell

Heather Chappell

Heather Chappell


Toronto-based singer-songwriter Heather Chappell has been developing her own brand of introspective folk/roots music since her early twenties. Heather’s self-penned material is lyrically deep, emotional and intimate, often calling to mind the sweetness of a familiar Celtic ballad or the hush of a sacred Sunday hymn. Many of Heather’s songs are lyrical paintings, depicting the human condition in its various stages of struggle, joy and self-reflection. Read more on Last.fm
Toronto-based singer-songwriter Heather Chappell has been developing her own brand of introspective folk/roots music since her early twenties. Heather’s self-penned material is lyrically deep, emotional and intimate, often calling to mind the sweetness of a familiar Celtic ballad or the hush of a sacred Sunday hymn. Many of Heather’s songs are lyrical paintings, depicting the human condition in its various stages of struggle, joy and self-reflection. Between 1990 and 1994, Heather toured folk music venues and festivals alongside David (now Dawud) Wharnsby, blending traditional folk tunes with original compositions and producing two independent recordings - Off To Reap The Corn and Fine Flowers In The Valley.

Between 1998 and 2004 Heather sang, stepdanced and played penny whistle with Celtic band The Woolgatherers at venues and festivals in Southwestern Ontario, Montreal and Northern Ireland. Their CD, An Evening’s Wages, was released in 2002. Since 2003, accompanied by Vincent Peets, Heather has played at music venues, weddings, house concerts, fundraisers and festivals in southern Ontario, Ireland and Northern Ireland, including the Goderich Celtic Festival, the Artwalk Festival (Toronto), the Junction Arts Festival (Toronto) and the Fiddlers Green International Festival (Northern Ireland). The Moon a Bullethole, Heather's debut solo CD, was released in 2007.

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