Heather Lee Marvin
Heather Lee Marvin is a classically trained mezzo-soprano who has been described as a magnetic, bombastic front woman for her band, Crowd the Airwaves. With a background from musical theater to opera to rock n' roll, Heather's vocals expand across every genre imaginable.
She has played the following roles: Hansel from HANSEL & GRETA, Martha from THE SECRET GARDEN MUSICAL, Lucy from JEKYLL & HYDE THE MUSICAL, The Mother from AMAHL AND THE NIGHT'S VISITORS, Sister Dolcina from SUOR ANGELICA, and has been a solo performer for the Vivaldi GLORIA, Mozart's REQUIEM, Mendelssohn's ELIJAH, and the BERNSTEIN MASS.
Along with advancing her passion for singing, Heather has recently picked up the electric bass, and has found a new love for a fresh instrument. With an additional background in music theory, and composition, she has also written half the musical catalogue for Crowd the Airwaves, and plans to continue writing new songs for the band; they recently released their new EP, ALL THE THINGS WE DON'T SAY. Heather also has worked with San Diego's SHEPHERD'S GLEN, as a vocalist and contributor to their debut album, MONSTERS INSIDE ME, and looks forward to its release later this year.