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Hannah Kay Live at The Table at Madeley!
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March 18 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm$10.00 – $15.00
Hannah Kay is old soul country girl with a voice as big, a disposition as sunny, and a style as bold as her native Texas.
Growing up in Magnolia, Hannah was already a prominent figure in the Red Dirt Music Scene by the age of fourteen, aiding to sell out 300 cap venues such as when she opened for Josh Ward at Big Texas Dance Hall, and was making frequent trips to Nashville for cowriting sessions, notably working with Shane Stevens (Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum), Jerry Flowers (Sam Hunt, Keith Urban), and Catt Gravitt (Rascall Flatts, Kelly Clarkson). Hannah Kay was named the 2018 Female Artist of the Year by the Texas CMA’s.
A bubbly digital native, she has built her devoted fanbase over the last few years through regular Facebook Lives, where fans come to her for advice, exemplifying her girl-next-door persona. Hannah also writes songs inspired by their experiences, further building a deep emotional connection with them.
In 2017, she released her EP Magnolia to Nashville. Though the fun, pop-leaning tracks like “I Hate Boys” were a smashing success with fellow teenaged girls, it was the more complex, storytelling songs like “I’m Gonna (Darian’s Song),” written in memory of her best friend, which solidified her old soul traditional country artistry, a sound which received high praise from Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, and country legend Loretta Lynn (whose song she covered) when Hannah Kay competed on NBC’s The Voice.
It’s a lesser known fact that Hannah had originally auditioned for The Voice in Season 15, but a moment that showcases her maturity and experience from years of performing. While singing one’s heart out without receiving a single chair turn would have broken any other teenager on the spot, Hannah quick-wittedly resolved to keep her facial expressions stoic, knowing that this singing competition was television entertainment first and foremost. “I knew if I cried on camera, they were gonna air it.” Besides, before her plane even landed back in Houston the show producers had reached out, asking for her to come back for the next season.
Hannah Kay has performed live on KHOU’s Houston Life and shared the stage with many incredible artists including: Andy Griggs, Jon Wolfe, Tracy Byrd, Shenandoah, Rick Trevino, Scooter Brown Band, Jason Cassidy, Jody Booth, among many others.
“My number one goal is to play the Grand Ole Opry! My second biggest goal is the sell out the Houston Rodeo!” Hannah Kay now lives in Nashville, and her plans include plenty of live performances (playing two shows a night is not uncommon for her), writing more music, meetings with labels and management companies, and several releases