Why Would I Know by Hannah's Yard

By Hamilton Evans in Music 4th October 2016 Video Duration: 00:03:09
Inspired by the place where it all began, Hannah’s Yard is the collective name given to 19 year old singer Hannah Layton Turner and her musicians. With an acoustic approach, the forthcoming album - ‘Beginnings’ - features 14 songs recorded in... Inspired by the place where it all began, Hannah’s Yard is the collective name given to 19 year old singer Hannah Layton Turner and her musicians. With an acoustic approach, the forthcoming album - ‘Beginnings’ - features 14 songs recorded in Hannah’s home town…the small English town where ‘Amazing Grace’ was written in the 1770s. Hannah brings her beautifully understated voice to this collection of meaningful songs about life and love - 13 original songs and a cover of ‘Amazing Grace’ itself. ‘Beginnings’ includes a recording of Hannah at just 15 years of age when she first met producers Barnaby Pinny and James Reader. The song ‘Why Would I Know’ is the debut single from Hannah’s Yard with the album set for release in early 2016. As a recently featured artist on the BBC, an exciting musical journey continues. ENJOY!! More

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