Naomi Westwater is an indie singer-songwriter, producer, and witch from Boston, MA. Like a rose with many petals, Naomi’s music is layered, striking, and tender. Her debut album, Huntress: from dark to light is now streaming everywhere.
Naomi is a graduate of Berklee College of Music with her Master’s in Music (Contemporary Performance, Production Concentration). She recently completed a the Berklee Post-Master’s Fellowship program.
In 2013, Naomi released the Americana EP, Coyote Love, about love and pining in a long distance relationship. Starting in 2015, Naomi was an Associate Producer at the comedy production company Pretty Good Friends. She produced live shows, podcasts, and festivals including the comedy stage at Wilco’s Solid Sound, StarTalk Live! with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bill Nye The Science Guy, the annual Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, and Modern Love Live for 90.9 WBUR (Boston’s NPR Station) and The New York Times. She has produced sold out shows at famous theaters and festivals around the US including The Apollo Theatre (NYC), The Bellhouse (Brooklyn), The Beacon Theatre (NYC), Fun, Fun, Fun Fest (Austin), Sketchfest (San Francisco), and many more.
As a queer, woman of color and a modern day mystic, Naomi incorporates empowerment, nature, and magic into her music and artistry. “[Naomi] lures me into a place packed to capacity with emotion, power, and soul” — Bradley Whitted, Too Good For Radio. Influenced by Van Morrison, Jenny Lewis, and Solange, Naomi is vulnerable and authentic on stage and takes her audience on an emotional ride.
Naomi has been featured in the Falmouth Enterprise, Bust Out Boston, Boston Knotlight’s Knoteworthy series, BostonVoyager’s #Boston Creatives, Coast Fest and more. Currently, Naomi lives with her spouse in Jamaica Plain, MA.