Heath Solo

Heath Solo performs acoustic versions of the songs he loves by the artists he was brought up listening to.

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Heath Solo performs acoustic versions of the songs he loves by the artists he was brought up listening to. These cover a wide range of music and styles from the 60’s to Today’s Hits. Including artists such as:

  • The Beatles
  • David Bowie
  • The Rolling Stones
  • Johnny Cash
  • Cat Stevens
  • Bob Dylan
  • Creedence
  • The Doors
  • T-Rex
  • Van Morrison
  • The Eagles
  • Elvis Presley
  • Neil Diamond
  • U2
  • Crowded House
  • as well as many other classic songs from popular artists.

With such a variety and an extensive catalogue of popular songs, Heath can cover music to suit any mood and every occasion, and with the ability to take requests, he will have your guests entertained for hours. An accomplished guitarist and has an outstanding vocal range, he prides himself on staying true to the original versions of the songs he performs. Having over 15 years experience in the live music scene, Heath Solo has crafted the skills required to keep an audience entertained.

Since 2001, Heath has been performing professionally as a solo acoustic guitarist/vocalist in regional and city South Australia, Victoria and England.
As well as playing pubs, clubs and dining rooms, he has also entertained at numerous weddings, functions, wineries and private parties.
2017 saw Heath play 7 performances at the Royal Adelaide Show, where he played to an audience of hundreds of entertained patrons.
Classics, Anthems, Rock, Upbeat, Country, Slow to Laid Back, Heath Solo can play a versatile range of music to make your event one to remember.

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