Hannah Ellis/Nicole Johnson/Mindy Ellis Campbell
Wide open from the very first note, high energy and outstanding vocals best describe Hannah Ellis' live shows. Winning
the Kentucky State FFA talent as a high school junior propelled her to the national stage in front of 20,000 screaming fans
at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. "That is one of those defining moments in life. Connecting with those fans in that
way opened my eyes to what I really wanted to do." This year, Hannah was honored to sing her song "Let It Be Me" at the memorial
service on the U.S. Capital lawn for National Police week. She has opened for Lee Brice, Jake Owen, Brett Eldredge, Joe Diffie,
Blackhawk, Emily West and many others. She was a featured artist at Pepsi's Gulf Coast Jam in Panama City, Fla., and has also
has played venues in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Washington, D.C., Alabama and Florida. When Hannah
is not performing, she is writing and creating music with some of Nashville's newest faces as well as some of the more seasoned
writers in town. As she has grown as a writer, she has come into a sound that is all her own and that will only become more
solid over time.
At the tender age of 19, budding country music star Nicole Johnson has experience beyond her years. She’s collaborated
with Music City’s top songwriters, such as Keith Follese, Jim Collins, Richard Fagan, Stephanie Bentley, Victoria Shaw, Adrienne
Follese, Craig Campbell and Danny Myrick, among others, honed her performance skills and garnered national exposure on the
hit television show The Voice.