Some artists are able to stir emotions from inside and Heather Karin Gauthier is one of them. She is ready to drop her upcoming single ‘A Hundred Million Miracles’.
West Dundee, Illinois Aug 30, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - It is time to join in a unique musical experience with Heather Karin Gauthier, better known as HKG. This talented music artist is ready to drop her brand new single 'A Hundred Million Miracles' and the anticipation is high right now. The song is scheduled to be released on September 1 which will bring back the memories of the past. Masterfully designed, this song is a cover of from the musical Flower Drum Song by well-renowned writing duo Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. Keeping the original essence and the underlying message intact, HKG added a creative layer to the track. Her fans are now eagerly waiting for the release.
HKG is a highly talented artist who is well-revered as a singer, songwriter, recording artist, and performing artist out of Chicago. Before starting her musical journey as a solo professional artist, she performed all over the Chicago music scene while enriching it. Heather's vocal skills reflect why she is one of the most seasoned artists in the scene. Whether it is her fine vocal range or the skills of songwriting that make it sound like a poem; the fact is evident that she can turn any song into magic. The latest pop ballad 'A Hundred Million Miracles' will create another milestone one her musical career after the first EP project.
Some of the singles from her musical arsenal 'Hurt Me Some More', and 'Escaping Narcissism (ROAR)', etc. are proof of her consistency and dedication to her craft. While her work mainly revolves around the taste of pop; she also made a Dance EDM number, known as 'Made You Look'. Listeners can find Heather Karin Gauthier on SoundCloud, Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music as well. For more updates, follow HKG on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Stay tuned to know more.
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