It’s been an interesting musical career for Randy. His first job in Los Angeles (after graduating from Boston’s Berklee School Of Music), was as a singing waiter, and he learned about the fine art of busing tables and cleaning ashtrays from Peter Tork of the Monkees. He put together his original New Wave band “Bad Felix” in the 1980’s and performed throughout Los Angeles opening for many of L.A. mainstay acts including “The Motels,” “Oingo Boingo,” and “Tommy Tu-tone.”
In the early 90’s Randy decided to travel the world, and for the next 8 years had long engagements in Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, and The Virgin Islands.
Top-flight production and playing.
(Beach Boys, Tom Waits, Natalie Cole)
L. A. Dialogues - a wonderful concept. The album is full of nice
comfortable grooves. Randy and Jimmy's talents really shine! -- Hank Cicalo (George Harrison, Tom Scott,Kenny Rankin
POSITIVELY ENTERTAINMENT. FEB 2007
Randy Heddon’s latest recording is The Road to Santiago. The tunes speak of making journeys and the hope that each path brings to light along the way.
This writer’s overall impression of The Road To Santiago is that of a motion picture score
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