She made her home in the countryside west of Portland, Oregon, and performed up and down the West Coast. She played solo, or with Uffington Horse, her Celtic Folk and World Rock band.
Heather’s ten albums were published on her own label, Sea Fire Productions, including two live albums, seven studio works, as well as a “blooper” album released only on CD-R. her last concert under that name.
Her last public performance as Heather was at OryCon 2006. There is a live DVD available, Ever After - Live!, which is a recording of that concert. In early 2007 she transitioned to male and since April 2007 has performed as Alexander James Adams.
Edited by headeynyp on 24 Jul 2013, 17:34
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