Ruf Records recording artist Heather Crosse has been singing for 32 years, playing bass for 19 years and she knows exactly what makes her spirit dance... Blues and old Soul music! Heather was born in Louisiana where she began singing at an early age. In her early twenties, Heather lived in Hot Springs, Arkansas where she cut her teeth playing bass for Detroit/Arkansas Bluesman, St. Thomas Jenkins. After his passing, Heather polished her musical chops by playing in AR. She then branched out playing in MS Blues bands Super Chikan, The Fighting Cocks, Stan Street and the Hambone Band and Big T and The Family which eventually led her to take up residence in Clarksdale, Mississippi, home of the world famous "Blue Crossroads," the place she calls home.