Heather Blush and The Uppercuts are a trio of best friends who knock the socks off every new audience they meet. Based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, this jazzy-bluesy-roots band has been making their mark across the country. Heather's voice is often compared to Norah Jones, Maria Muldaur, and Joni Mitchell. With energetic, audience-engaging shows, she is quickly becoming known for songwriting that covers all bases between witty sarcasm and gutwrenching honesty. With "Captain" Steve Hazlett on drums and "Cannonball" Shane Sutherland on the upright bass, this trio packs a punch and leaves a lasting impression. The ensemble's second album follows their 2008 release 'Vice'. Where Vice is a collection of twelve songs focusing in on various "vices" (as in bad habits) 'Versa' focuses in on the lighter side of life. The songs are about feeling good, about seeing things in a new light, about just being silly... We suggest you listen while hula hooping, doing handstands, or lying on a picnic blanket under a hot sun and dreaming. What is life for, after all?