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    Heather Myles

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Why I'm Walking lyrics
    2One Man Woman Again lyrics
    3When the Tingle Becomes a Chill lyrics
    4You're Gonna Love Me One Day lyrics
    5The Other Side of Town lyrics
    Lovin' the Bottle lyrics
    7Homewrecker Blues lyrics
    8Just Like Old Times lyrics
    9I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) lyrics
    10Untamed lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

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    Just Like Old Times [Hightone] [1992]
    2Live In London & Texas [2010]
    In The Wind [2011]
    4Sweet Talk and Good Lies [Rounder] [2002]
    5Untamed [Hightone] [1995]
    6Rum and Rodeo [Hightone] [2005]
    7Sweet Little Dangerous: Live at Bottom Line [Diabl [1996]
    8Highways and Honky Tonks [Rounder] [1998]


    An artist who combines the Bakersfield honky tonk tradition with
    a very here-and-now intelligence and sass, Heather Myles has
    developed a reputation as one of the finest traditional-style country
    singers to emerge in the 1990s and her songwriting is just as strong
    as her voice. Heather Myles was born and raised in Riverside, CA,
    where her parents, Jim and Vera Myles, raised her on a ranch.
    Myles grew up with an enthusiasm for horses, as well as the
    traditional California country sounds her parents loved. When she
    was a child, Myles picked up a ukulele belonging to her father and
    tried to learn how to play it; in time, she graduated to a guitar and
    in the 1980s, she began performing live with a group called the
    Lonesome Myle Band. Myles in time developed a strong reputation
    among the West Coast roots music community and in 1992, she
    released her first album, Just Like Old Times, recorded under her
    own name for the blues and country-oriented Hightone label. Her
    second album, Untamed, was released in 1995 and a live album,
    Sweet Little Dangerous: Live at the Bottom Line, followed from the
    British Demon label in 1996. 1998 found Myles moving to Rounder
    Records; her first album for the label, Highways and Honky
    Tonks, featured a guest appearance by one of her musical heroes,
    Merle Haggard, on the tune "No One Is Gonna Love You Better."
    Another Bakersfield boy, Dwight Yoakam, stopped by to sing a
    tune on Myles' fifth album, 2002's Sweet Talk & Good Lies. A
    collection of Myles's material for Hightone (which featured a
    previously unreleased song), Rum and Rodeo, appeared in 2005.

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