Hannah was born with music in her soul. From her first memories of singing You Can't Touch This with the TV, to believing she was the missing Spice Girl at age 8 to her first live performance at the famous Eddie's Attic Open Mic, Hannah has always loved music and that shows in her latest CD, Goodbye on Wasted Time.
Blending a range of styles that was described best by Grammy award winning Indigo Girl Amy Ray as "outlaw" Hannah is carving a new path between rock & country, between singer songwriter and Led Zepplin.
Writing has always come natural to Hannah and she still includes songs in her set she wrote when she was 11 years old. Now 23, Hannah's writing has continued to grow with her, from the funky pop feel of That's What She Said, to the southern punk sound of Pacifier (featuring Amy Ray on guest vocals) to the country backroads of Watch Out For the Deer you can tell she has something to say that you want to know more about.
Goodbye on Wasted Time is a culmination of that writing from the last few years, since the release of her Acoustic CD and is a true reflection of Hannah's life. She sings about hanging out with friends, life on the road and that point everyone reaches in life when you know you've wasted your time on someone and you are ready to move on.
That's What She Said
Church on Friday
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Watch Out For the Deer
Goodbye on Wasted Time
Hannah would like to thank everyone who donated to Kickstarter, came to a show or bought this CD, as that what makes it all possible, Mom & Dad, My Grandma (& biggest fan), Brandon Elarbee, Dylan, Amy Ray, Benjamin Ryan Williams, Jaron Pearlman, Shim Gartner, Rob Gal, Sulli (for teaching me how to throw picks), J.R. Cobb & Eddie Owen.