Marty Heddin & the Country Blues
Marty Heddin, who originates from Garland, Texas, has been perfecting his talent since childhood--winning multiple music competitions as the lead tenor in the Garland High School choir. In his late teens, Marty moved on to front various bands before he received a personal invitation to audition for a performance spot at Cowboys Dancehall. Marty Heddin has since become a household name in Texas maintaining a steady show schedule performing with his band, The Country Blues at Cowboys Dancehall (in Atlanta, Arlington, Dallas and San Antonio)---four nights a week for the past 13 years. A number of hopeful artists--who are now recognizable voices on country radio--have crossed the stage that Marty calls home and Marty Heddin made the introduction.
Marty absorbed the influences of artists like George Strait, Vince Gill and Brooks and Dunn and blends their sound with his own traditional country precision. But the listener who pays attention will detect that the thirty-nine year old infuses a hint of rock and roll that echoes the music of the Bee-Gees, Bon Jovi and Prince.