HannaH's Field
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HannaH's Field

Hartford, Connecticut, United States

Hartford, Connecticut, United States
World Reggae


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“There is magic here. There is life here. There is love here. And everything that pulls a human spirit out of the body and shakes it free to dance.” –SoulCat

HannaH*s Field brings love, spirit & organic fresh flavor 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, Member of the Grateful Dead(Donna Jean), 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's Field tours from New England to California. The duo’s new release, Music Magic Medicine, weaves 15 musical tracks with a vegetarian/wheat free cookbook written by Chef Bliss.

“HannaH goes a cappella to showcase her award winning voice, evoking of a blending of Joan Baez and Grace Slick or a somewhat subdued Janis.” “HannaH*s Field’s latest recording, Warriors of Love, is a ‘gypsy reggae’ homage to the optimist in us all, carrying the torch of the free love generation into a new era.” -Trevor Dye Review

"When those guys worked those drums ... all hell was breaking loose. The audience was going wild.” Hogmama Owner, Hogfather’s Almost Famous Dinner Theater

“..free spirited, free minded music.” “earthy and organic.” -A.J. Garcia -Shakefire

“Portland, Oregon, home to many a great band but now, especially, boy-girl duo HannaH*s Field, who've carved out their own territory in the Pacific Northwest music scene by fighting both stereotypes and the law.” –The Fader