Autumn Helene. COURTESY PHOTO

Autumn Helene. COURTESY PHOTO

Young artist to perform at Auburn venues in December

  • Sunday, December 1, 2019 8:05pm
  • Life

Autumn Helene – a 12-year-old Auburn girl, singer, songwriter and musician – plays her original songs and holiday and cover tunes this month at The Outlet Collection.

Helene will perform from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sundays, Dec. 8 and Dec. 22, near the Ulta Court in the Auburn mall, 1101 Outlet Collection Way.

She also will play at a holiday party, opening for Maile Mae, on Friday, Dec. 13, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Rail Hop’n Brewing Co., 122 W. Main St., No. 101B.

Helene recently released her original song, “You Won’t Regret A Thing,” in response to being bullied.

Helene – an honor student at Cascade Middle School – plays clarinet in the school band and is a vocalist for the Tacoma band, The Unshakeables. Her first band earned the coveted honor, “Best Band of the Year – Intermediate Level” 2019. She also studies piano, guitar and songwriting. She is a member of the American Songwriters and West Coast Songwriters and has been training with Rainier Youth Choirs since the second grade.

She won the “golden ticket” for her performance of her original song, “You Won’t Regret A Thing,” at the National American Miss talent competition, earning her the option to compete at the national level. To date, her song has been streamed more than 4,500 times, spanning 35 countries on Spotify since it was released in September. Her song can be downloaded for purchase on Amazon, Apple Music, Deezer, Google Play, iHeart Radio, iTunes, medianet, Napster, Shazam, Spotify as well as other streaming stations. Since then, she has also released songs “Stars Align” and “Good In You.”

Learn more about the artist at autumnhelene.com.




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