NEW YORK (Top40 Charts/ Phantom Sound & Vision) - 27 year old Hannah, is the most successful singer songwriter in Estonia today. Hailing from Tallinn, Estonia's capital, Hannah
has been performing from a tender age. The impulse to express herself with music, to reach other, has driven Hannah
since she was three years old.
'My own experiences have affected me the most; it doesn't matter where you live, if you have something in your heart that needs expressing then in time it will come to the surface ...' With passion in her heart and an imagination set alight by the world before her, Hannah is poised to sing her way into the future.
Born on 12th May, 1981, Hannah has become Estonia's first major female solo artist. Her many accolades include receiving the Track Of The Year at the 2001 Estonian Musical Awards, and Best Female Artist in 2003 and 2005 along with Best Album Of The Year in the same year.
Proud of her roots she is honoured to also be an official representative for the Estonian Tourist board, (Tallinn set for European City Of Culture status in 2011).
'Everything Is Changing', is Hannah's international debut and her first album written entirely in English. It is the sixth album to be released in her homeland and marks a gentle shift in her lyrical perspective. Produced by James McMillan, and mixed by the Grammy Award Winner Brad Gilderman, it combines tales of love alongside thoughts on the wider world, and everyone's place within it.
Hannah recently showcased songs from her album 'Everything Is Changing' for BBC RADIO 2's 'Friday Night is Music Night' and is now set to support Jason Donovan on tour.
'I love performing live and sometimes in smaller concerts can be even more rewarding as you can get closer to the audience and can feel their emotions which is satisfying'.
An accomplished pianist herself, she is supported by guitar, drums and strings in her live shows and is indeed destined to touch countless people as she tours later on this year.