A new and refreshing bluesy, soulful singer–songwriter inspired by Adele, Carole King, Katie Melua and Norah Jones from South East England.
Learning piano from a young age she had the desire to twist and change songs to how she thought they should play. Hannah wrote her first song 'Pinks, reds and blues' at age 11 about how she wondered what the world would be like with no colour. Ever inspired by old school artists, Hannah adores taking trips to London where she thrives on seeing a range of music in her favourite 'Ronnie Scott's' and 'Brixton Academy'.
Hannah's musical career took off at the age 16 and she now has an album of songs completed and is a regular performer in and around Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire.
2012 is an exciting year for Hannah as she travels and performs across the southern regions promoting her E.P. due to officially launch in September 2012. Alongside, on this E.P. Hannah plays with her backing band (bass, drums, violin and guitar) that let the music come alive.
Cary Caldwell from The Great Escape Festival described Hannah as 'one to watch'.