Heather Robb

Heather Robb is a writer, musician and actress.  She plays music with her band, The Spring Standards, as well as solo.  Outside of music, Heather Robb has written for TV, most recently CBS's 'Doubt,' and theater, including a musical collaboration with Darcy Fowler and The Debate Society's Oliver Butler.  As an actress, Heather Robb has appeared in a number of films, including Ti West's 'House of the Devil' and Graham Reznick's 'I Can See You.'  



Heather wrote her first song sitting on the roof of a dingy camper at the Philadelphia Folk Festival when she was 14. Her influences range from Joni Mitchell and Jackson Browne to Hall & Oates and Annie Lennox.  She released her debut solo EP, July, in 2017.  

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The Spring Standards

Heather is a member of Brooklyn-based folk/rock trio The Spring Standards, with whom she has released 4 albums and a feature-length concert film.  They've been touring steadily since 2008, sharing stages with The Milk Carton Kids, The Tallest Man on Earth, The Swell Season, Squeeze, Anais Mitchell, Lucius, Ha Ha Tonka...so many wonderful artists.  They've performed on Conan O'Brien, Mountain Stage, eTown, Daytrotter, South by Southwest and more.



Heather collaborates with a range of artists across genres and disciplines.  She recently appeared as a featured vocalist on Rhett Miller's The Dreamer alongside Roseanne Cash and Rachel Yamagata.  She composed the score and wrote the theme song for the 2015 film Paradise, FL and recently contributed a song to Heidi Shrek's play, What the Constitution Means to Me, produced by Clubbed Thumb.



Heather has taught piano, voice, harmony singing and songwriting for a number of music schools and camps including Miles of Music and Blue Balloon Songwriting.  She also teaches and coaches individuals of all ages and skill levels.