Heidi Winzinger | Honeysuckle Dream

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Honeysuckle Dream

by Heidi Winzinger

Like some toe tapping Pop, creamed into good old Folk, topped with some Rock, all baked up and presented by one of the finest singer songwriters you will ever hear.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Honeysuckle Dream
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2. I'm Falling Too
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3. Paper Trails
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4. Midway Avenue
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5. Come Home
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6. Yogi Momma
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7. Another Perfect Day
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8. Super Dog
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9. Killer
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10. I Can't Sleep
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Heidi’s first CD “Snow Day” includes an assortment of hard folk rock tunes and songs riding the fence between folk and country, with themes about work, the love of a dog, the loss of a loved one and the pleasure of a snow day. Indie radio across the globe played her songs including the BBC radio in England and WXPN Philadelphia and Heidi’s music video featuring her song “My Best Friend” has received worldwide attention.
Her new CD “Honeysuckle Dream” takes the listener into a new realm of Heidi’s imagination with upbeat songs like “Yogi Momma” and “Super Dog” highlighting her love of a great groove tune, to “Killer” crashing right into the taboo subject of people who abandon their pets at local shelters and then to Paper Trails inspiring women to embrace staying home to read a good book.
Heidi is already writing for her next CD based around stories of the fabled Pine Barrens and other New Jersey life and history.

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