About Hannah Bethel
After that she was hooked. She focused on nothing else. At fourteen she picked up a Squire acoustic guitar that her younger sister had abandoned and quickly began learning to write. Over the next four years she performed at fairs, coffee houses, shopping malls and talent shows throughout the Upper Midwest.
At eighteen Hannah moved to Nashville, TN to make her dreams a reality. She attended Belmont University in Nashville to study the business of music and vocal performance. After two years she decided to leave Belmont and delve deeper into the art of song writing. She also began performing her own material in and around Nashville.
In 2010 Hannah released her first EP, a self produced project called, "No Stopping, Standing, Parking". It received rave reviews from the Nashville songwriting community. Soon after it's release, she was personally selected to attend the prestigious Horse & Writer Songwriting Invitational by one of Nashville's most successful songwriters, Skip Ewing.
Hannah was a contestant on the 2011 season of the reality television show, "The X Factor USA". Her goal was to show America her unique version of country music. The results were evident when her fan base exploded and has continued to grow ever since. Hannah returned to Nashville to continue performing and writing. Her hard work paid off when she secured four song cuts on the debut album of country artist, Rachele Lynae, on Momentum Label Group.
Hannah's newest project, "The Freedom EP", was released on Thanksgiving Day 2012. Her current single from the project, "No Where Left to Roam" has been sent to Country, Americana, College and Internet radio around the world and is receiving an enthusiastic response.
"The Freedom EP" includes five original tracks and is available now on all major online stores including iTunes and Amazon, as well as her website, www.hannahbethel.com