The Story So Far

About Hannah Kay

Hannah Kay is a Texas born and bred torch bearer for traditional country music. Her voice and writings are rooted in the soil of early Nashville making her a standout in the growing population of young country singer songwriters. At the ripe ol’ age of 8 she penned her first song and by 10 had graced the studio to capture her first professional recordings. In the following years Hannah would be mentored by Grammy winning producers and songwriters.

She began traveling to Nashville and became a member of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, collaborating with numerous A-list songwriters. Her talent got her into rooms with Shane Stevens (Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum), Jerry Flowers (Sam Hunt, Keith Urban), and Catt Gravitt (Rascall Flatts, Kelly Clarkson), among others. On her newly released ep “Magnolia to nashville”, Hannah displays sass on “I Hate Boys” and “You’re Gonna Need Jesus”, substantive soul on “Cuz It Ain’t” and “I’m Gonna” and a lighthearted, boy-attracting fun side on “Magnetic”.

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, and many others. On October 25th 2017, Hannah Kay was officially named the 2018 “Female Artist of the Year” by CMA of Texas.