Hannah Kirby stole the hearts of the U.S. and international audience on NBC’s The Voice. Hannah placed in the Top Eight on Season 8 of The Voice, guided by her coach and country superstar, Blake Shelton.
Hannah enjoys exploring different musical genres, but her lasting love is rock & roll. During her time on The Voice Hannah covered rock classics such as "The Letter" by Joe Cocker & "Edge of Seventeen" by Stevie Nicks. She also loves classic alternative and was able to perform "Shout" by Tears for Fears while on the show.
“I love to write music. I love to write my own fiction,” Hannah says. “The thing I love about singing is that it’s one of the greatest mediums to tell a story. All the things I love to do revolve around telling a story and sharing something with someone else —creating a world and sharing it and bringing other people into that world.”
After The Voice, Hannah immersed herself into what she's always wanted to do - record, produce, and publish her own original albumFire in My Soul. The album, recorded by recording engineer Dave Walser of Richardson, TX, dropped Dec. 2015 and has been a media buzz ever since. At present, Hannah is enjoying playing with her band at DFW and other North Texas venues. She has also recently appeared on FOX4 DFW and NBC5 DFW KXAS and is busy writing more songs while she is in pre-production for a music video of the electronica song "LO2VE," which is set to drop Oct. 2016.
Now that Hannah’s found her fire, her musical goal is to spark her fans into finding their own fire. “The main purpose for all people is to get up every day and to seek out what you’re intended to be,” Hannah says.
“Don’t let things happen to you that get in the way of who you truly are...whatever your passion is — whether it’s music or something else — don’t let reality get in the way and block you from the dreams that you have. There’s so many things that we wouldn’t have in this world if someone in the past hadn’t followed a dream. People can make stuff happen. Their dreams are needed.”