Heatherlyn at Sandbox Cooperative, November 22

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On November 22, 2015 Sandbox Cooperative will welcome Heatherlyn. Heatherlyn is a singer, song artist from Minneapolis with a Soul ~ Roots ~ Rock vibe. In concert, Heatherlyn leads the audience on a refreshing journey of connection–from whimsical laughter to thoughtfulness, inviting listeners to consider how they are conduits of peace and hope in the world. Heatherlyn will invite us to explore music and creativity as an expression of faith.

“Making music, I come alive. This is the best thing I have to contribute to the beauty and healing of our world. My hope is that the community of people who experience our music will also be nourished, challenged, moved. I hope we’re encouraged to be the truest, most alive version of ourselves and inspired to contribute to the beauty and healing of  our world in only the way that each of us can.”
-Heatherlyn

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About Heatherlyn
Originally from the East Coast of Maine, Heatherlyn makes her home in the Midwest (Minneapolis, Minnesota USA).  On and off the road, Heatherlyn regularly contributes music in communities seeking to be peace and compassion in the world. With a diverse national audience, Heatherlyn is recognized as an artist bridging what we hold in common and celebrating our beautiful difference.

Heatherlyn, is not only an inspiring singer, song-artist and gifted performer, she communicates through spoken word and music, the heartbeat of communities and organizations seeking to create a better world. With lyrical themes of social action, considering how we each are conduits of peace and hope in our world, Heatherlyn has presented with Youth Frontiers and Youthrive: LIVE (Midwest affiliate of PeaceJam International – Denver, CO USA), for schools, civic groups, faith communities and legislative summits.  She tours and presents with award winning photographer and author John Noltner with A Peace of My Mind and most recently has begun collaborating with Restoration Village and presenting on behalf of the 1,000 Days Movement.

Heatherlyn has been honored twice as a Midwest Regional Finalist and awarded the Midwest “People’s Choice” of NPR’s Mountain Stage/NewSong Performance Contest. This was only accomplished by the support of her devoted fans who have discovered that the music of Heatherlyn is not only delightfully enjoyable artistic expression but, even more, it’s a movement connecting people through their individual story to the greater narrative we all share.