Hannah May launches Pozible campaign to raise funds for her debut album – The Little Things.
“Hannah May is bursting with talent, enthusiasm and positive energy. We need more like her in the music world” – Brian Ritchie, Curator for MONA FOMA, Violent Femmes
After years of writing and performing Hannah May will be producing her debut album – The Little Things. The crowd funding ‘Pozible’ campaign will run for 31 days starting at the Founders Room at Salamanca Arts Centre and finishing on the Saturday 2 May 2015 at MONA in The Void. The campaign invites people to be a part of the pre-production of Hannah May’s album by pledging their support through rewards. The campaign rewards include the debut album The Little Things, ‘Those Red Shoes’ earrings by Pretty Little Bird and an Afternoon with Hannah May at the delightful Pollen Tea Room in Battery Point.
The Pozible launch event will be held at the Founders Room in Salamanca with guitarist Alan Gogoll playing support. The intimate launch will involve an introduction to the campaign and a special performance from Hannah May.
Campaign will be online at Pozible.com VERY SOON
Entry is FREE
Please RSVP by Wednesday 25 March 2015 for numbers
email RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org
Drinks available for purchase
Hannah May is an exceptional musician combining that ephemeral mix of musicality, beautiful vocal quality and a delightful personal presence!
– Erin Collins, Director of Cygnet Folk Festival
Singer-songwriter pianist, Hannah May is a rising star among Tasmanian audiences. Her songs shaped in soulful style which some have compared to Suzanne Vega, Eva Cassidy, Missy Higgins, Carole King.
Indeed Hannah May has absorbed influences from both folk pop and jazz music and her eclectic approach makes for entertaining sets of sensitively constructed and thought provoking material often with a strong underlying rhythmic groove. Her performances major credits include performing alongside Clare Bowditch (Australia) as part of her Winter Secrets tour in Hobart, backing vocalist for Damon Albarn (UK) tour of Australia (Palais Theatre and Sydney Opera House) and touring the USA with the ARIA-nominated Southern Gospel Choir.
Image Credits:Rosie Hastie (banner image) and Dan Cripps (profile picture)