HannaH *s songs and sultry voice will carry you away. HannaH*s lyrics lead you to envision gypsy girls jingling in the street. She writes about life, healing, peace, love and spirit. Nominated best female vocalist in the Hartford Advocate for 5 years, she has shared the stage with such great acts as: The Average White Band, Brother’s Johnson, Gov’t Mule(members of the Allman Bros. Band), Derek Trucks, The Samples, Percy Hill and Sound Tribe Sector Nine. She has performed at such venues as Black Eyed Sally’s, Toad’s Place, Webster Theatre, Pearl Street Nightclub and House of Blues in Chicago.
“With flash garments, long hair, and clamant, vociferous strains, vocalist and percussionist Hannah Freidenberg reminds me of an updated, confident Janis Joplin with an optimistic edge.”(Dagmar Noll/Eastern Newspaper). HannaH spent the month of May 2002 writing and recording 7 songs with Brothers Johnson bassist and major session man-Louis Johnson. In February, Johnson discovered HannaH, singing at a night club, with HannaH*s Field. He invited her to his studio in Los Angeles to make a c.d. The Brothers Johnson were produced by Quincy Jones and had many hits including, "Strawberry Letter 23" , "Stomp" , and "I''ll Be Good to You" . Louis Johnson played bass on albums by Micheal Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Herbie Hancock, Paul McCartney and many other popular artists. HannaH toured with them as a back up singer at the House of Blues in Chicago and First Avenue in Minneapolis-the club that Prince enshrined in the movie Purple Rain.
In 2004 HannaH released her first full length CD, “Inside a Song”, that features her group, “HannaH*s Field”. “The songs they played from the new CD were punchier, catchier and more to the point, with several making a solid impression after one play,”-Thomas Pizzola, Hartford Advocate.
HannaH is currently recording an acoustic CD to be released this year. She performs regularly with guitarist/percussionist, Lynn Tracey(https://www.tradebit.com).
May 2002-Grammy award winning Louis Johnson of The Brothers Johnson –“ HannaH is a genius. Her lyrics are deep and her voice is so soulful “
November 7, 2002-Thomas Pizzola, Hartford Advocate. – “HannaH has a powerful and expressive voice that doesn''t seem like it could come from one so tiny”.
2001-India Blue, Hartford Advocate. – “HannaHs voice is, mature and gutsy.”
2005-John Bolduc, music producer.- “The Little Girl that Sings Big. With a blues man’s warmth, a bad girl’s passion and a Buddha’s enlightenment.”
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