How much is Halie Loren worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Halie Loren? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Halie Loren's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Halie Loren (born October 23, 1984) is an American singer-songwriter. His CD They Oughta Write a Song won the 2009 Just Plain Folks Award for Best Vocal Jazz Album and subsequently in its international distribution was acclaimed, reaching No. 2 in sales of jazz albums in Japan in 2010. His Next album, Heart First won the award in the vocal album section of Jazz Audio Disc Awards 2011. Their album, Simply Love, of 2013 was published in Japan on June 19, 2013, was two weeks in No. 1 of Billboard Japan's Top Jazz Albums, published in North America on September 10, 2013, was 24 weeks in the JazzWeek airplay chart, arriving at No. 25. \n \n\nHalie Loren's Biography \n Early years \n His childhood takes place in Alaska, where he makes his debut acting at the age of 10 at the Sitka Fine Arts Camp. At age 13 he moves with his family to Oregon. \n In 2000, Loren took first place in the Austin Composers Contest for three of her songs in the Jazz, Country and Songwriters categories, and in 17, Halie moved to Nashville to gain experience in the industry. He spent a year performing in Nashville before returning to the Northwest to continue his education. \n In 2005 and 2006, he consecutively won first place in the Pacific Songwriting Competition, first in the Country category for "What We're Fighting For" and the following year for "A Tree Falls" in the Spiritual category. < \/p>\n Career \n His first solo album, Full Circle, was released in the summer of 2006 with all the original songs of Loren minus one. The album presents his piano as an accompaniment to his vocal performances. The co-producer, James M. House of Squank Entertainment, also plays guitar and bass on the album. \n In 2008 he recorded and published two albums, They Oughta Write a Song and Many Times, Many Ways: A Holiday Collection. The first featured three original Halie songs as well as ten jazz standards.The critical reception was generally positive. "With its clear, caressing but natural-sounding timbre and subtle sexiness in its delivery, it offers a new - and perhaps less artificial - version of Procol Harum's classic" A Whiter Shade of Pale, "wrote Serena Markstrom in The Register -Guard. A video of his live performance of the song was viewed more than 25,000 times on YouTube until December 2012. \n Many Times, Many Ways includes nine classics along with two original compositions by pianist \/arranger Matt Treder. \n Stages, their first live CD, was recorded in 2009 at two concerts on the Oregon Coast and published in March 2010. CD Baby selected it in October 2010, writing that "Your respect for the past is undeniable, while his pulsation of modern music gives his songs a wide repercussion, which reaches beyond the jazz clubs. " Wildy'sWord distinguished him as the" Best Live Album of the Year. " < \/p>\n Loren's next album, After Dark, released in Japan on October 22, 2010, coinciding with the 6th annual Ginza Jazz Festival, in which she was one of the featured performers. It was published in the USA on November 16, 2010 and was immediately selected as Wildy's World Certified Desert Island Disc: "With a powerful voice, part Etta James and part Sarah McLachlan, a subtle touch that gives a touch of vulnerability and sensuality different from any other current artist of jazz or pop music and a talent for outstanding phrasing, Halie Loren achieves a complete success ... After Dark is one of the best vocal jazz albums of 2010. " Wildy's also honored Loren as Artist of the Year 2010. \n\n\n\n \nHalie Loren \n\n\n Loren's fifth jazz CD, Heart First, was published on December 14, 2011 in Japan and North America on March 6, 2012. \n JazzTimes critic Christopher Loudon, highlighted his "chameleonic vocal skills." \n "En Tiempo," one of the four original songs of Heart First, was initially published as a digital single for the benefit of the Japanese Red Cross as a result of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan. It was later remixed for the album. \n Loren performed at a concert with the Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra and her touring band (Matt Treder, Mark Schneider, Brian West, and William Seiji Marsh) on March 9, 2012, presenting more than a dozen arrangements new from pianist Treder and director Rob Birdwell. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Halie Loren\n\nThe Halie Loren's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.