• Heather Duby (born July 26, 1974 in Eugene, Oregon), is an American singer/songwriter.
  • Heather Duby grew up in Portland, Oregon, studied at Evergreen State College, located in Olympia, Washington. She relocated to Seattle in 1994. For several years, Duby fronted her own band and worked the Seattle restaurant industry. In 1998, she worked with producer Steve Fisk to record her first album, Post to Wire, on Sub Pop Records. In 2001, Duby released an EP, Symbient, with the improvisational electronic band Elemental (which featured members of Maktub and FCS North). Her popularity continued to increase. In 2003, Duby released Come Across the River on Sonic Boom Recordings. In July 2006, Duby released an eponymously titled album which featured Erin Tate and Alex Rose, members of Seattle’s Minus the Bear. She has performed in the Seattle indie scene for over 12 years. Duby has shared the stage with Minus the Bear, Maritime, David Bazan, Headlights, Camera Obscura, Interpol and Criteria.
  • In mid 2011, Duby was in a car accident that injured her hands and required multiple surgeries.
  • In 2007, Duby relocated to the New York City area. Duby released a six track EP entitled Latency via Amazon and iTunes on January 4, 2011. She is currently recording her fourth yet-to-be-named album with producer Matt Bayles (Minus the Bear, Isis, Mastodon) at Red Room Studios in Seattle.
  • Duby has a bachelors degree from Rutgers 2014 (magna cum laude), and a J.D. degree from New York School of Law 2017.