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Growing up in rural northern Michigan, Hannah found her way to the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre, and Dance by way of hard work and a passion for music. After receiving a guitar at age 9, she wrote her first song at 11 years old and hasn’t stopped since. Inspired by such songwriting greats as Patty Griffin and The Beatles, as well as Alison Krauss, her sound is a blend of bluegrass, Americana, folk, and classical. Her unique style has listeners grooving, smiling, and feeling good along the way as she takes them on her musical journey.
As a chorister from the very beginning, she has continued to hone her vocal instrument and switches easily from bluegrass to classical styles. An old soul, her vocal abilities match her adventurous journey in the musical world as she effortlessly explores scales and notes. Playing mandolin, guitar and piano, her instrumental abilities evolve with every instrument, while she strives to master each one she picks up. Her songwriting talents landed her a membership in the Michigan Songwriters in the Round and Michigan Songwriters and Musicians Association in northern Michigan, as well as a spot at the Great Indoor Folk Festival in Traverse City this year and an Open Stage Showcase at The Ark in Ann Arbor, MI.