HannaH*s Field brings love, light, and spirit to the people with
their gypsy reggae music. Their uplifting acoustic roots and
African Earth beats blend together, growing a magical experience for all.
Nominated best female vocalist in the Hartford Advocate for many years,
this powerful songstress has shared the stage with such great acts as the Average
White Band, the Brothers Johnson, Gov’t Mule (members of the Allman
Brothers Band), Derek Trucks, the Samples, Percy Hill, and Sound Tribe
Sector Nine. They have performed at such venues as the Eugene Hempfest,
The North West Organic Brewers Festival, Toad’s Place,
Pearl Street Nightclub, the Spiral Rhythms Festival and the Bite of Oregon.
HannaH and Andy spent the past 2 years touring the West Coast.
The duo’s new CD, Warriors Of Love, was planted and harvested in
Portland, Oregon. They recently returned to New England to spread the seed.
Their new sound is being embraced by everyone,
from folk lovers to reggae snowboarders to rock&rollers.
“The little girl that sings big. With a blues man’s
warmth, a bad girl’s passion, and a Buddha’s
“When those guys worked those drums ... all hell was
breaking loose. The audience was going wild.”
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