Troy Michael in an article for Innocent Words last month:
Heidi Lynne Gluck is now pursuing her solo career with her stunning debut 5-song EP ‘The Only Girl in the Room’ (Lotuspool Records). At its core, the five songs are based in roots rock with a bit of pop and country influence floating in between. Gluck’s voice is airy and captivating (think Aimee Mann) as they carry the songs. When Gluck set out to do a solo album, she took “solo” to a whole new level. She wrote all the songs and played all the instruments on the record, not to mention some of the production work.
“The intimidating parts were making the recordings sound like something. I have confidence as a player and writer, arranger and producer, but I don’t know a lot about engineering, nor do I have the patience to play with mic placement for an hour before recording a track. I was also a bit intimidated by playing drums. I don’t really know what I’m doing, and it was both a fun and maddening challenge.”
This is the first of a planned series of 4 EPs from Juliana's Some Girls colleague.
There's a further interview from earlier this week by Natalie Gallagher at The Pitch which expands on Heidi's songwriting partnership with Kenny Childers.
There's also a merch site with CDs and t-shirts: heidilynnegluck.bigcartel.com