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“Hannah Bethel Helps Kick Off National Volunteer Month at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital”

“Listen to a great new interview on Nashville Undergroud Radio”

"Pert and perky with a girlish sweetness. The track bops with nifty percision and perfect crunch. Well sung and well produced."

"With the winds a blown’ for more female country singers, Hannah Bethel is well-positioned to take advantage with her forthcoming album Never Ending Sky. The 8 track album features her brand new single “You Wanna Be My Man,” a fun, sexy and sassy track that showcases Hannah Bethel’s talent extends to country/pop sounds in addition to her traditional country/folk recordings of her past."

“Vibrant country artist Hannah Bethel brings a whole lot of sass to country radio with the release of her single, You "Wanna Be My Man, off her newest album Never Ending Sky. This upbeat, playful song is impacting radio and is on the newest CDX #612, which was just shipped."”

“Take a listen to Never Ending Sky, the just-released sophomore project from Hannah Bethel, and you'll notice a great deal of career progression since the release of her debut disc, The Freedom EP.”

“There have been quite a few records released lately that have been solid listens from start to finish. One album that can be added to that list is Hannah Bethel’s Never Ending Sky. The Michigan native, and Nashville resident’s, fourth independently released album arrived in October of 2014. Never Ending Sky incorporates lap steel, ganjo and piano, as well as electric guitar, into songs with character. Its eight well-crafted songs were all co-written by Bethel, who at a young age has a hand for classic storytelling; weaving detailed scenes into her songs that come to life as you listen.”

“Sometimes you just know, by the very first notes delivered, that an artist has that special sound and presence that stands out among so many others. Hannah Bethel was born to share her light through music. Never Ending Sky is her latest calling card, a selection of eight songs written or co-written by Bethel. Like so many songwriters today, Hanna drew from her life experiences and wove her stories to reflect an authentic woman’s heart and soul. The influence of Fleetwood Mac, Miranda Lambert and Willie Nelson are evident by her emotional interpretation of each song, a blending of iconic sounds with Hannah’s own eclectic stamp.”

“With the country music genre only getting larger and more popular, unknown artists like Bethel will soon be discovered by country fans looking for a new and fresh sound. Bethel will be an artist to watch in 2014.”

“When you sit down for the first time to listen to somebody’s new CD, you really don’t know what is going to happen. It can be quite daunting. When I was face to face with Nashville singer/songwriter Hannah Bethel's brand new CD release, "Never Ending Sky,” I was excited by the artwork and intrigued by the title. Then the adventure began. Hannah took me up and down on a roller coaster of emotions with this musical work of art. This lady is a true artist in every sense of the word. From the upbeat, “You wanna be my man,” to the tongue in cheek, “Tumbleweed,” to the dramatic, "Come back down,” every song is its own kind of diamond. This CD is seriously GEMSTONE material and I don't say that lightly.”

“As you listen to the CD you’ll have a hard time finding any weakness. That isn’t something you can say about some of the major label releases out there. Musically the CD stands on its own. Lyrically it is brilliant. Hannah’s voice soars over the musical landscape. This is a rare album that can just be enjoyed as a piece of art or dug into and felt like a true poet. If you don’t have this CD in your collection I have to ask you why not? To get to know Hannah, follow her at Facebook.”

“CMJ’s Patrice Whiffen has a chance to chat with one of our favourite country music junkies (not to mention, an incredible singer/songwriter), Hannah Bethel! Since we caught up with Hannah in Nashville back in June, she’s released her new album, “Never Ending Sky.” Hannah talks about the record, her evolving sound, and the stories behind the music. Check out the exclusive interview with Hannah Bethel, at the Web link below.”

“Hannah has recently been named one of CMA Close Up's Who New to Watch in 2014.This girls got really big talent and will be the next big star out of Nashville. We are really amazed that every country station from Nashville to San Bernardino isn't playing her music as we write this! You just wait and see (but if you can't wait then listen to her now and pick up her songs on her website).”

“Hannah’s previous releases, No Where Left to Roam, Medicine and If I Don’t Love You Anymore, is off The Freedom EP and the official music videos can be seen on ZUUS Country. Renowned Nashville music critic, Robert K. Oermann, says “Hannah has a very cool Appalachian vocal style.” Journalist Chuck Dauphin with Billboard/Music News Nashville said “Bethel proves herself to be quite the dynamic vocalist…Nashville better make a seat for her at the table because she’s going to be front and center very soon!””

“Nashville singer-songwriter Hannah Bethel grew up in Houghton, Mich., in the northern part of the state’s Upper Peninsula. She began singing and playing guitar at age 14 and released her first record at 17. The next year she moved to Nashville, attending Belmont University to study commercial voice. After finding some early success, she dropped out of school to pursue a music career full time. She released her second record in 2010 and, the following year, put out “The Freedom E.P.,” what she calls her first fully realized recording. She then embarked on a grueling tour that has taken her all over the country. Bethel has a growing fan base and hosts the biweekly web show “Every Other Thursday.” Her forthcoming album is produced by fellow singer/songwriter and “X Factor” contestant Brennin Hunt. It comes out later this month.”

“A rising country music star in Nashville is the Copper Country’s very own, Hannah Bethel.”

“Hannah is an avid writer and co-writer. She has written with some of Nashville’s finest songwriters, from big names to newcomers. One of those newcomers is Momentum Label Group artist, Rachele Lynae. Hannah had her first song cut in 2013 with Rachele’s sophomoric single, “Fishin’ For Something”, which received extensive radio play across the US. Hannah has recently been named one of CMA Close Up’s Who New to Watch in 2014.”

“Examiner.com has named "The Freedom EP" as Best Independent Country Music CD of 2013!!”

“It’s official. Hannah Bethel has been named one of CMA Magazines "Who New To Watch artists" for 2014!”

“Roughly one year after our last chat with Hannah, she was able to fill us in on the details of her upcoming album, featuring 8 original songs, and a new fun vibe. Hannah also talks about the music video for her song, ‘If I Don’t Love You Anymore,” and her crazy summer touring schedule.”

“We're very excited to announce that Hannah's song "Medicine" is #11 on Belgium radio in Europe!!!!”

“Bethel is one of those people most of us envy. She knew what she wanted to do at a very young age and pursued it like a hunter going after a big buck in the U.P. wilderness.”