Hi Hannah, can we start with some background? What has your musical journey been like to get from your earliest steps to where you are today?

I was born and raised in Wisconsin, and although my family moved around a bit, I spent most of my childhood in Eau Claire, which is a beautiful riverside city that used to be a logging town.

One of my first introductions to music was a local girls’ choir and the community theater. It was through those programs that I learned how to sing and read music. As I got older, I picked up the guitar and started writing my own songs and playing in local coffee shops…

Read the full interview at The Big Takeover

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