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Heather Youmans

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Heather Youmans is a singer, songwriter and actress. Through the years, she's worked extensively in theatre, in addition to writing/recording original music featured in Forbes, Parade Magazine, American Songwriter and the LA Times, played on Top40 radio and in movies - including "Flicka 2" (alongside country music icon Clint Black), "Marley and Me 2” and "High Strung," premiering at TCL Chinese Theatre. She opened for Sting and the late Natalie Cole at a Unicef event, and has sung the national anthem solo for the LA Clippers and LA Kings to 20,000 fans at Staples Center/Crypto.com Arena on New Years Eve. In 2020, she appeared as the "Tap Dancer" on FOX's new hit singing show "I Can See Your Voice." Since her national TV appearance, she's worked as a session singer on major network TV shows (FOX, NBC) and went viral on TikTok after posting a video of her singing the national anthem for the MLB/Oakland.