Kevin Heider on Balcony TV

At the end of September, Kevin spent a beautifully sunny autumn morning on a rooftop in downtown Cincinnati with several other local artists for the inaugural video shoot for Cincinnati’s own Balcony TV channel. (check out a few photos from the shoot below)

Sponsored by the good folks at Cincinnati’s Downtowne Listening Room, Balcony TV offers “music with a view.” It’s a cool project. And it’s a great way to discover new artists from all over the world.

Kevin’s live/acoustic performance will give you a good taste of Balcony TV’s mission and format. If you like, share it. Cheers!

Louisiana Tour | March 2017

We’ve played some fun shows so far in 2017 + more are being scheduled every week. We’ll be hitting up Louisiana this weekend for a quick tour with our good friend Chris Cole, and we’ve got a full weekend scheduled — four shows in three days! Here’s the breakdown:

A concert in the Library @ John Paul the Great Academy. It’s open to the public + will be family friendly. Doors open at 6:15 p.m.

Private House Concert

3/26 — ST. FRANCISVILLE (2 shows)
An evening concert @ the historic Temple Sinai Synagogue. It starts at 7:00 p.m. + tickets are available here.

For Those I’ll Leave Behind: A Happy Song About Death

“What are you working on?” she asked, genuinely interested.

She had just returned home from the store to find her husband playing his guitar in the spare bedroom of their apartment. He was finally fleshing out an idea that had been festering for some time. She was eight months pregnant and looked beautiful — an irrelevant detail. “Got somethin’ new?”

“Me? Oh, uh…” he hesitated, not sure if he was ready to discuss the concept so early in the song’s development. “I’m writing a happy song about death.” He said it frankly, half-anticipating a wince at such frankness. Surely ‘death’ deserves a little less jollity and a little more sobriety. But she didn’t wince. Instead, her face took on an expression more akin to relief, a sweet relief, as if she’d just recalled a fond memory.

“I think I need a song like that,” she said. So he wrote a fourth verse just for her.

For Those I’ll Leave Behind  (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

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In a Passing Year: 27

Every year has its ups and downs, its losts and founds. When July is full of struggle and strife, the hope for August is a chance at new life.

As the seasons change, fading in and out of one another whether you’re ready or not, the trick to being “okay” may sometimes lie in the simple act of remembering. When a beautiful fire burns in November, try to remember it in the cold of December. You won’t be able to feel its warmth in the moment, but you’ll know that the warmth was real once, that it still is, and that it can be felt again.

Poetically chronicling love, loss, and new life in a passing year, 27 is the closing track on Kevin’s 2013 [double] album The Spark. It’s a simple song. We hope you enjoy it.


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It’s the 1st of February…

A boot-stomping Irish drinking song about heaven, St. Brigid’s Fire is the opening track on Kevin’s 2013 double album The Spark.

After almost three years, the desire to have a lyric video that visually captures the joyfully raucous “eat-drink-forgive-and-be-merry” tone of the track has finally borne fruit.  And so, as the date approaches, we can grab a cold beer from the fridge [or the tap] and direct our collective gaze to the bouncing ball, belting out in one, hopeful voice:

It’s the first of February / and we all have gathered here / to drink up for King and conscience / from this glorious lake of beer!


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Now On Pandora: Kevin Heider Radio

If you haven’t heard the news, Kevin Heider Radio is now an official station on Pandora! If you’re a regular Pandora user, be sure to check out Kevin’s station, give his tunes from The Spark a thumbs up, and “Like this artist.” Every little bit of positive attention and feedback helps the music spread, so share links with family, friends, and co-workers via social media, email, etc. Such support is tremendously appreciated. #LoveGoodMusic