Heather Frahn & The Moonlight Tide featuring Michelle Byrne and Michaela Burger, supported conscious music artist Michael Franti & Spearhead in Adelaide, Australia 2014. Watch this 10 minute video with some of the highlights from their performance.

Including snippets of Heather’s beautiful overtone-harmonic singing, rich vocal harmonies and dynamic rootsy folk pop from a selection of Heather’s originals from her latest album “Be The Change”. This live performance also features Heather’s reggae infused version of the famous John Lennon song “Imagine”.

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“Saraswati Blessing”, is a spectral collaboration with two of Australia’s prominent artists, Heather Frahn and Vladamir Alexis, reuniting after many years. Having joined forces to create a sacred song dedicated to “Saraswati” the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, arts, wisdom & learning.” Saraswati Blessing” invokes a distinct modern World-Pop fusion sound, conveying immense diversity of planetary cultures in a single gesture… Listen to a preview below, and buy the entire song from iTunes and CD Baby

Heather Frahn & The Moonlight Tide perform “Little Buddhas”. A song about reconnecting with our innate peacefulness amongst a busy world.

Heather Frahn & The Moonlight Tide perform “Blessing”. A song about gratitude for the little things in life.

Heather Frahn & The Moonlight Tide perform “All Living Beings”. A song about rights for humans, animals, plants and all living beings.

Listen to Heather’s title track from her latest album “Be The Change”. A song inspired by the life of Ghandi.

Giving birth to Harmonic Project is Heather Frahn, an Australian therapeutic sound artist and practitioner, vocalist and musician. Also, joining her are special guest musicians each bringing their own unique sonic element to the Harmonic Project stage, including Stuart Rose (flutes, low whistle, didgeridoo, strings), Prabhu Osoniqs (Hang, dholak, ocean drum), and Mary Laslett (vocals, singing bowls, lap dulcimer). They combine with Heather their beautiful melodic sounds, rhythms and textures creating rich sonic journeys. Harmonic Project is also joined on occasion by other special musician guests from around Australia.