Harriet Reynolds is a singer/songwriter based in Austin, Texas. She has been characterized as an Americana singer songwriter, a folk artist, an adult alternative pop/rock artist, a cabaret performer — and the list goes on, but one thing remains constant — her passion for music and the warmth and humor she shares with her audiences. She has entertained the troops on a USO tour, performed on Six Flags stages, written for other artists and played in venues large and small for many years. As she always says, “We can always write and sing and play, but the audiences with whom we share our creations are the most cherished elements of any performance.”
Harriet holds a Master’s degree in Liberal Arts and has designed and taught a number of courses in literature, music, theatre and film. She is also an Executive Co-producer of an award winning film about Chely Wright’s coming out story — Wish Me Away.
Currently, she is finishing up her third original album — Take That Ride — and will begin her touring for that project (helmed by the acclaimed producer Kim Copeland of Nashville) in September. This new album is about embracing opportunities in life and has somewhat of a social justice bent, as it addresses the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, homelessness, and racial issues — among other causes she so passionately cares about.
“I am never happier than when I am sharing the gift of music with others, as we co-create an experience that transcends our day-to-day lives.” ~Harriet Reynolds