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HEDDA LAYNE

Hedda Layne is a woman of many moods, talents and looks. And whether she’s belting out soulful gospel sounds, high-energy dance tracks or moody electro-lounge numbers, when you hear Hedda, you better get ready to move. She is versatile in her singing styles covering everything from classical, jazz, cabaret, lounge, new age, soul, funk, blues and gospel. A singer of extraordinary range, Hedda’s voice is perfectly matched by the work of her longtime collaborator and husband Troy Lee Warden. Troy is a gifted musician in his own right, but it is when he builds the soundscapes for his muse that the magic really happens.

Hedda Layne, a native Texan born in San Antonio has performed live throughout the United States.

Hedda Layne’s musical journey has globally produced legions of loyal followers‚ fans of her music and fanatics of her electrifying performances. For Hedda Layne live is more than a show, it is an experience. Whether in intimate clubs, throbbing dance bars or in front of an outdoor crowd of 100,000 (when she performed with the Austin Symphony Orchestra on the Fourth of July at Zilker Park), Hedda makes you feel like you are the only one there; that she is singing directly to you. You move to her beats, groove to her rhythms, captured by her stage presence.

Her music is positive, enlightening, uplifting and encouraging no matter your race, color, creed, nationality, sexual orientation or economic status. Her influences include, but not limited to Lena Horne, Liza Minnelli , Diane Schuur and Barbra Streisand. She draws from her many life experiences as well as the experiences of those who love and support her therefore having created a massive following.

Hedda and Troy have longevity in the music business that has been well documented through her discography including Hedda Layne, Too, Trois, Feel the Love, Don’t Want it to Stop and her latest, 4 Play. What more can be said about Hedda Layne? Just listen or go see her perform and decide for your self…