Hannah Elizabeth is a 22-year-old singer/songwriter from the (very cold) city of West Bloomfield, Michigan.
Hannah has been infatuated with music ever since she discovered at a very young age that when she opened her mouth and let out a note or two, the people around her realized, “Well, hey, that actually sounded . . . really good.” One note led to another, and another . . . and another, until it got to the point that she came running up to her mom at age four and told her that there was a “radio in my head” playing song after song and she just “can’t shut it off.”
Eighteen years later and she still can’t figure out how to shut that damn thing off.
Hannah’s music is heavily influenced by her own life, as each of her songs stem from a personal experience. Her musical style is inspired by artists such as Christina Perri, Sara Bareilles, and Demi Lovato, with a genre that cannot necessarily be solely categorized as Pop music; while her songs are catchy and relatable, Hannah does not shy away from that soulful growl or exploit her alternative, simplistic control. She is a storyteller through and through, and has had extensive writing experience as a former English Major from the University of Michigan with publications in The Huffington Post and national college news sites.
Hannah is genuine. She is not afraid to be herself, and that transcends directly to her lyrics: she exudes passion, fearlessness, and wears her heart on her sleeve. Hannah’s effervescent personality is contagious—as is her music. World, watch out for this one.