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“...emotional and ethereal; I was drawn in right away...”
— Shelby Mang, Listener
Wild Hum is the acoustic band of Americana-Soul songstress and ukulelist Hannah Rooth. The original group, comprised of Rooth, cellist April Faith-Slaker, and guitarist Adrian Avalos originated in Cambridge, MA, where they recorded a debut album. Hannah has since relocated to Irvine, California to pursue her career as a songwriter and recording artist close to Los Angeles. Her influences are Amy Winehouse, Norah Jones, Ray Lamontagne, Jeff Buckley, and Birdy, coloring a diverse landscape of vocalization and composition. Her performances are personal, intimate, and striking, and she has orchestrated live lead vocals in weddings and booked successful shows independently in Boston, Phoenix, Providence and Los Angeles.
Rooth and filmmaker Kyle Burgs are producing videos for all six songs on the Wild Hum album, which released on September 27th, 2019. FBP Music Group is publishing and representing the record out of Frankfurt, Germany.
Alongside Wild Hum, Hannah released her first electro-pop song, “When It All Comes Down,” on October 11th 2019. It was produced by Big Chris Flores of The Rehab Studio (Credits: Fergie, Slash,...), and a music video was made by Mario Castillo III of Digital Complex Entertainment. She is working on a single with Grammy-nominated producer Christian Davis of Sly Doggie Records out of Nashville, TN. She is also collaborating on pop and rock projects with producer/artists Mitch Maanao, Rohit Sarkar, Rey, Casey Manheim, Ryan McLean and Jon Ney and aiming toward more releases in the end of 2019.
Hannah is happy to receive booking (email@example.com) and collaboration (firstname.lastname@example.org) requests.
Sharon Hannah Rooth is her full name and identifier as music composer.