Singer/songwriter Helen Hummel hails from the green mountains of Vermont. Her music reflects the rural landscape of her upbringing and explores the styles of Folk, Americana, and Indie, among many others. Through classic and original songs, she fills out the limits of her vocal range, accompanying herself on bright and playful guitar. Helen released a full length album in 2017, Many Waters, and has played at the historic Bitter End in New York City and the legendary Viper Room in Los Angeles. She currently lives in Western Mass and regularly tours through her home state of Vermont and greater New England. Helen has opened for such artists as Anaïs Mitchell, Poco, Dwight and Nicole, Lexi Weege, Pamela Means, The Salty Suites, and Chelsea Williams.