Nashville-based independent singer/songwriter JJ Heller has released her 10th full-length studio album, I Dream of You (Volume II). A 12-track compilation of her favorite cover songs from the 1950’s through today alongside three originals, I Dream of You (Volume II) stirs feelings of nostalgia for listeners of all ages. Heller’s effortless voice paired with moving piano accompaniment, orchestral arrangements, a children’s choir, and a 10-piece string section creates a truly unforgettable collection of songs that re-defines children’s music as something to be enjoyed across all age groups. After releasing her first I Dream of You album in 2014, Heller had no idea how significantly it would shape her career. At the time, the mother of two small girls desired to create soothing love songs with a simple message of devotion from a parent to a child. After listeners began sharing stories of how the songs played in integral role in their family’s bedtime routines, car rides, or hospital visits, Heller began donating the album to hospitals, adoption agencies, and families of young children. The album has since been donated to over 100,000 families. From a suggestion of Ben Shive, how I Dream of You had become one of her most-streamed albums, he suggested making a sequel. The idea had never occurred to her, but it was quickly embraced and acted on. Soon, with the support of 1,700 fans, Heller raised $80,000 through a Kickstarter campaign, which allowed her to hire over 30 musicians, producers and engineers to help her turn the record from a dream into a reality. Kickstarter backers were given a chance to hear the album early as their reward for financially supporting the campaign, and after her first listen, backer Leeann Hadgis wrote: "I can't imagine a more perfect mix is songs. I feel transported by the music and whimsy. My children are older, so this is an album for me ... such an excellent way to start my weekend. I will be buying this for all my friends, so they can, feel the same joy I feel, when listening. I am unable to choose one favorite since they all are magical." Miles Davis once said "... sometimes it takes you a long time to sound like yourself." With over 15 years of experience as a full-time singer/songwriter, Heller has developed an iconic style of vocal performance. Her unmistakable voice and charming delivery shines from the opening track "It’s Such A Good Feeling" by the much-loved television personality Fred Rogers (Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood) to the closing original track "In The Morning."