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|Born||July 31, 1962|
|Origin||Riverside, California, United States|
Heather Myles (born July 31, 1962) is a country music singer. Her honky tonk singing is in the Bakersfield sound-style and has been likened by many to that of Dwight Yoakam. She has had her songs featured in a major feature film.
Myles has released five studio albums, including two on HighTone, two on Rounder, and one on the Me and My Americana Roots label.
Her 1992 debut album Just Like Old Times contained mostly original compositions, along with songs from Jim Lauderdale and Robert Cray. The album was praised for its strong songs and hardcore honky-tonk sound.
Released in 2009, In The Wind was co-produced by Taras Prodaniuk (Dwight Yoakam, Lucinda Williams) who also played bass. They were accompanied by Larry Mitchell and Jim Christie (drums), and Bob Gothar (guitar).
- 1992: Just Like Old Times (HighTone)
- 1995: Untamed (HighTone) released on Demom in Europe
- 1998: Highways and Honky Tonks (Rounder))
- 2002: Sweet Talk and Good Lies (Rounder)
- 2009: In the Wind (Me and My American Roots) also released in 2011 by Ah Ha Music Group
- 1996: Sweet Little Dangerous (Demon)
- 2008: Live @ Newland, NL (Me and My American Roots)
- 2013: Live on TruCountry (Floating World Records)
- 2005: Rum and Rodeo (HighTone)
|1998||"True Love"||—||Highways & Honky Tonks|
|1999||"Love Me a Little Bit Longer"||75|
|2002||"Never Had a Broken Heart"||—||Sweet Talk and Good Lies|
|2010||"Mama's a Star"||—||In the Wind|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|1998||"True Love"||Jean Pellerin|
|1999||"Love Me a Little Bit Longer"||Carl Himmelman|
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