Born and raised in Southern Illinois, Mandy's parents taught her to love great country music. Over time she grew to hold a deep appreciation for heartfelt lyrics and the music that complimented them so well.
Performing since the age of 7, Mandy is constantly challenging herself to improve and polish her craft.
In February of 2013 her debut album "The Real Me", gained her international attention with a review in Country Music People Magazine (U.K.).
In January of 2015 a 2-song single was released including songs "I'll Be Your Fool Again" written by Mel Besher and "It'll Be Alright" written by Barry and Holly Tashian.
"I expected You Don't Love Me Anymore to be the Eddie Rabbit hit.
It isn't, it's way better than that (and I like Eddie Rabbit a lot). Performed as a duet with Mel Besher it is the highlight of the record."
-Duncan Warwick, Country Music People Magazine 2013
"This is the real deal. Occasionally, country music loses it's way, but when you hear the combination of a great lyric with a catchy melody and good steel guitar and fiddle, you know you are not too far from the well-spring. The spirit of Hank Williams, Tammy Wynette and George Jones lives on in the songs of Mandy Heinemann. Long may she continue to sing country classics like these."
- Niall Toner, R.T.E. Dublin, I.E.
"...fiddle and steel and someone who can sing around them will always be in style for Classic Country and Mandy is quite stylish." - Jeff Corbin, KDHX Radio, St. Louis, MO