Craig S. Heath is a four-time Ohio Music Awards winner based in the Hocking Hills region of southeastern Ohio.

Craig has made multiple appearances at the renowned Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, TN and has also been a featured performer on the PBS national broadcast of Songs at the Center.  His music has been heard on television shows like Broad & High as well as documentaries and films. His songs have also been featured on NPR’s “Crossing Boundaries”. He has toured/performed in 30 states, Ireland, and England as well as the African continent.

He has opened for the likes of Livingston Taylor, Joe Crookston, and Jill Andrews and is a three-time winner of the Columbus Songwriters Association showcase.

His recording career began in 2006 with “Fate of Foreigners”, a full-length CD that signaled his arrival on the songwriting scene.  Other projects include “Big Green Mountain” and “Celtic Ballads” as well as collaborative projects like “The Great Divide” and “Simple Song”.  He has begun work on the 2019 release “Wayward Son”, which promises to be his most personal project to date.

Craig’s writing has been described as authentic, peaceful, and spiritual and tells stories with layered meaning...all while staying rooted in his beloved Appalachia.  He grew up in West Virginia, and you are sure to hear those echoes throughout his work.

He is a multi-instrumentalist but does most of his songs on piano and acoustic guitar.