Those opportunities to observe, process and act upon what he
witnesses in the world surrounding him are the primary traits of
a great songwriter, something Heath continues to showcase on his
second Reunion Records release, What If We.
Even the album's title grew up out of one of those little
moments, a conversation Heath was having with a mentor that sent
the Nashville native, now Houston resident, spinning off into
"Every part of that phrase, 'what if we,' is important," Heath
says. "I don't even look at it as incomplete - dot, dot, dot -
because the 'what if' part is about possibilities, obviously.
But the 'we' part is saying, 'let's do this together, let's not
do this alone.'"
"One of the things that bothers me about this world is that
we're all in this for ourselves. We're looking out for number
one. I don't want to be alone, I want to live life with other
people. God even says it's better to join together in service to