'Like' us on Facebook - http://on.fb.me/mhECp2
Brought to you in Association with THE HARD ROCK CAFE, EAGLE PARKING, THE FUNKY UMBRELLA, AND THE RECORD SHOP RECORDING STUDIO,
Hannah Aldridge is an Americana/ Folk artist originally from Muscle Shoals, Al. She is the daughter of the #1 hit songwriter and Alabama Music Hall of Fame inductee, Walt Aldridge, who has written and produced for such artist as Lou Reed, Reba McEntire, and Conway Twitty and has been named songwriter of the year twice by Billboard. Early in Hannah's writing career, she was recognized for her astounding ability to capture emotion and ability to stun with her sultry vocals. Progressive folks bands like Travis, Mumford and Sons but also soulful songwriters Ray Lamontagne or Jackson Browne are her inspiration.
At 19, she was chosen for "Hot on the Row" in Nashville 3 times and also had the honor of playing Bluebird showcase with writers like Pat Alger, Brett James and her father Walt Aldridge. With the release of her progressive folk EP, "Wanderer" in April 2011, Hannah's career has picked up at lightening speed. This young artist has caught the attention of press and media and has captivated audiences all over the country.
In July 2011 Hannah was chosen as an upcoming artist of the year in the popular southern magazine, No'Ala and "Lonesome" was featured on the CW show Hart of Dixie alongside Rascal Flatts and Head and the Heart in December 2011. She will also be featured in the April 2012 issue of Relix Magazine.
She recently came back from from Europe where she played 5 countries (France, Ireland, Northern Ireland, England and Germany) in front of 1500 people on a two weeks period. While in France, she was spotted by the TV channel France24 for an interview on the cultural show. The documentary "Rails to Ride" was recorded while on tour and Hannah will be returning to Europe in May 2012.
TUNE AGAIN TOMORROW!