Heather Mae moved to NYC when she was 18 to become the next Broadway star but everything changed after experiencing her first bout with heartache. Fascinated with the emotions rolling thru her, Heather Mae took a microscope to her heart when she picked up her guitar, a gift from her parents after graduating high school, and began to write her first song. Like a phoenix born from the ashes, Heather Mae began anew. Soon after she released a home-recorded EP titled "Gonna Be Alright", and began performing all over NYC and DC (her hometown city). Since then Heather Mae has become a songwriting machine with her project "One Year of Songs". Starting on October 1st, 2010 and ending in the Grand Canyon on September 30th, 2011, Heather Mae successfully wrote and recorded one song every day for a year. During "One Year of Songs" she toured the country for three months meeting her new dedicated online followers and fans that had been tuning in every single day to hear her songs. She performed her songs in over 30 different states (plus Canada!), collaborated with over 100 different musicians, writers, artists, poets, and lyricists, and wrote over 7,000 lines of lyrics. Heather Mae has been called one of the "best songwriting voices of our generation" and "one to watch". This uke-wielding singer-songwriter has a charm when she is on stage and with her band, The Make Believe, by her side, her sound will break into your heart while you tap your toes.