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A spirited singer-songwriter from South Georgia - Thomasville, GA, Hannah Wright's music is inspired by the sounds of her southeastern roots. Raised on Garth Brooks and Southern Rock in a Gospel town, Wright offers a dynamically soulful take on a classic sound.

Like many artists, Hannah began her musical journey in the church choir, but it really began generations before her. With a guitar-pickin' Papa and a classically trained pianist/tenor Grandfather, the peach didn't fall far from the orchard. In high school, Hannah joined the Thomasville Music & Drama Troupe, a performing arts group led by Sony A&R guy, Fred Allen.

In 2012, Hannah moved to Atlanta, GA as a travel nurse and began writing music professionally. Her first single "Like a Gypsy" was featured on 94.9 The Bull radio. Soon after, she was invited to perform at the 30A Songwriters Festival in Grayton Beach, FL. In 2014, Hannah moved to Nashville, TN where she began writing music with Hit Songwriters such as Arlis Albritton and Pete Sallis. In 2019, she officially released "Like a Gypsy" as her first single, quickly followed by a duet with country/R&B artist Brian Rhea titled "It Ain't Magic."

In February 2020, Hannah graced the famous Bluebird Cafe stage in Nashville, TN and in October 2020, Hannah relocated to Austin, TX where she kickstarted an original 5-piece band called "Hannah Wright & The Midnight Revelry."

Early 2021, Hannah released a 10-song LP titled "REVIVAL," which was produced by Donnie Reis of "War Hippies." Each song on the gritty album was written or co-written by Wright along with a talented pool of Nashville songwriters. The album depicts the true spirit of who Hannah is as a person and a songwriter.


Currently, Hannah splits her time between Nashville and Austin where her focus is centered on writing, creating and touring. Hannah has shared the stage with names such as Shelly Fairchild, Tayla Lynn, Arlo McKinley, Sweet Tea Trio and Donnie Reis from The War Hippies.

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