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A Journey in music with National Recording Artist/ Songwriter Heidi Tann

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Born and raised in the Philippines and performing in all luxurious hotels and clubs all over Southeast Asia in the ’90s till early 2000, she drew inspiration from artists like Anita Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Barbara Streisand, Natalie Cole, Toni Braxton, Vanessa Williams, and Patti Austin throughout most of her musical career. Since then, Heidi Tann has cultivated her own niche in the R/B and jazz, pop standard genre. “I Wanna Feel Your Body” opens with a kick, giving the listener a rich, soulful, and impactful impression of the songstress. Combining harmonious melodies of piano, saxophone, bass, and drums “I Wanna Feel Your Body” opens boldly, honing in on the songstress’s ode and sentimentality to earlier jazz and R/B songstresses. Amid a changing musical landscape, Heidi Tann remains true to her roots of jazz and robots is her most dynamic body of work yet. Here, she carries an ambiance of soulfulness and sensuality through her vocals and varied musical arrangements. 

 On releasing her first EP, “Here Is Where We Meet” in 2019 and releasing her single, “My Favorite Things,” an enlivened rendition of the classic tune from The Sound of Music. The chorus solidifies the song’s impressionable entrance; Heidi Tann elevates her ballad through a smooth sensuality shadowed by saxophone tones. Her vocals shine in this latest single, moving to falsettos that cement her layered vocal performance and ends enigmatically, steeped by a percussive fadeaway. “I Wanna Feel Your Body” was written and composed by Allan Bradley Licht, music produced and sound engineered by Grammy winner sound engineer and keyboard player, Pete Tokar. Heidi Tann mentions the a new released new single,' The Love You Give', and mentions upcoming events.



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