Hanna Taylor is an up and coming singer-songwriter, whose music meets somewhere at the crossroads between indie folk and jazz. Her style draws on influences from her Canadian and New Zealand roots.
Growing up in Southern Alberta and the land of the long white cloud in New Zealand, Hanna is a singer-songwriter with a passion for soulful, folk reverie upon the art of complicated times. She finds inspiration in the people she meets and her surroundings, which has become a personal study in opposites and extremes. The surreal undertones of everyday experiences across 10 000 miles of her Canadian and New Zealand roots strike the literal chords that resonate into the music she draws into existence.
A vocalist who has been compared to the musical stylings of the later Annie Lennox, Hanna utilizes a number of instruments including piano, guitar and mandolin to support her songwriting and extensive collection of cover songs. With or without accompaniment, Hanna is a versatile musician comfortable with solo, duo, or group performance in everything from the pub environment to formal events as she continues to develop her practice. Music to Hanna is second nature communication of her insights, observations and joy in every day human moments and interactions.
The maple leaf and silver fern are her personal symbols of growth and connection to places and the countries that flow through to nurture her imagination.
Art type: Live Music
What this Artist plays most of the time
Genre: FolkAlt-CountryIndie Rock
Home base: Okotoks
Appeals most (but not limited) to: Adults both young and old, family-friendly