Hannah Thomas Launches Kickstarter Campaign

Hannah has a goal to accomplish recording the 8 songs for the CD in just 4 days and is currently launching a Kickstarter.



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Singer-Songwriter Hannah Thomas has never been much for labels. Her music has been called country, punk, rock, Americana, because there really is no one genre that describes what her music sounds like. That is why it is no surprise that Thomas has enlisted power pop producer extraordinaire Don Dixon (R.E.M., the Smithereens, Marti Jones) to work on her next release. 
 
The EP, tentatively called The Truth About an Outlaw, will feature an all-star ensemble, including Dixon on bass, Jim Brock (Indigo Girls, Joe Walsh, John Melencamp)  on percussion, Tomi Martin (Madonna, Michael Jackson, Justin Bieber) on guitar and Cooper Carter (Solo-A-Week) guesting on lead guitar. 
 
Hannah will once again be playing across genres by featuring songs that sound like classic country with a twist like fan favorites, “(God Help My Mama), I Turned Out Like My Dad” and” The Truth About Outlaws”, rockers like “Lie to Me” and “Ain’t Got Nothing to Do with Love” and even an updated version of the Classic IV & Atlanta Rhythm Section hit “Spooky”.
 
Hannah has a goal to accomplish recording the 8 songs for the CD in just 4 days and is currently launching a Kickstarter to get her fans help to make the record. Fans can get everything from a pre-order of the CD to a concert in their home to a day in the studio.
 
Hannah’s Kickstarter can be viewed here through April 24th:  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/hannahthomas/new-hannah-thomas-album
See more of what Hannah does here: http://youtu.be/BkxzSjv8E6E
 

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