Roots/Americana musician and songwriter Garrett Heath has focused his craft by way of soulful imagery and an honest voice. He's a proponent of Dostoevsky's maxim that "beauty will save the world" and often journeys listeners into the mysterious union between joy and suffering in his songwriting. 

Raised with a thorough appreciation of American roots music, Garrett began playing guitar and writing songs in high school. His debut album Whisper in the Dark sparked a tour of the eastern US in 2013. His music was also featured on the 2014 feature film, "Potential Inertia" (OneFishFilms). 

Garrett's latest album Kingdom Come was self-produced and recorded at Okiejoke Sound in the woods of rural western Pennsylvania, and was mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Pete Lyman (Chris Stapleton, John Prine, Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile, etc.) at Infrasonic Sound in Nashville. 

Americana UK calls Kingdom Come "... an album that speaks to what inspires the best in us, our aspirations for what is truly good and what connects us to each other." And Folk Radio UK calls it "... an album of simple but infectious folksy melodies... sung in a dusty, world-weary voice; this is a quiet, simple joy." 

On the road, Garrett has shared stages with artists such as Brooke Annibale, Joy Ike, The Sea The Sea, Cindertalk, and others. Garrett lives and works from outside of his hometown in rural western Pennsylvania.