Hannah Mulholland
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Hannah Mulholland

Malibu, California, United States

Malibu, California, United States
Band Alternative Singer/Songwriter


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The beginning of the summer festival that city public relations head Susan Shaw said she hopes becomes an annual tradition will take place on Sunday. Malipalooza! will include the 40th anniversary screening of Malibu resident Lou Adler's film "Monterey Pop" as well as local bands performing and other activities.

The event is a fundraiser for the Legacy Park Project, the planned creation of a wastewater/storm water treatment system of which the city-owned Chili Cook-Off site is proposed to be a major component.

There is no admission for the event, which will take place beginning at 4 p.m. at Bluffs Park. Local bands scheduled to perform include Whitestarr. The lead vocalist for the band is Adler's son, Cisco. Other bands to perform include New Dogs, Old Tricks, Mike Stahler, and 27 Miles. Other Malibu performers are Ren Martinez, Hannah Mulholland, Hellwood, Mike & Shannon, 13-year-old Ren Martinez, and 12-year-old Gabriella Marinaro. - Malibu Times


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My name is Hannah Mulholland, and I am 19 years old. I have been singing and writing music all of my life, and perform whenever possible. I am heavily influenced by alternative musicians like Jeff Buckley and Sheryl Crow, but I also am inspired by Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday. These influences help me create a sound that is a little different from most pop/rock songs on the radio. I like to incorporate interesting chords and instruments to create a unique sound. I never grew up in a very musical household, but for some reason, always had a very instinctual gravitation towards music. When I was six years old, listening to Faith Hill in the car rides to and from school, I decided I wanted to start writing songs. Since then, my music tastes and styles have changed, and my love for writing songs and performing has grown. After graduating high school in 2008, I decided that this is what I need to do for the rest of my life, so I set school aside to focus completely on my music career. So here I am, trying to perform whenever possible, in as many different places as I can.