Nashville recording artist and Country music singer/songwriter Hannah Ellis has more personality and energy than most of the people you know, combined. The Campbellsville, KY-native, and University of Kentucky graduate, boasts a resume most would have a hard time even envisioning, including graduating from her alma mater – on a full-ride academic scholarship – in less than 4 years. Rolling Stone has named her to their “Artists To Watch” list, CMT named her one of their “Next Women of Country,” and American Idol mentor, and iHeart Radio DJ, Bobby Bones, recently invited her on to his nationally-syndicated Country music morning radio show. Hannah competed during Season 8 of The Voice on NBC. She sang the National Anthem at a University of Kentucky basketball game, a bucket-list item now crossed off the list. Ellis has written songs recorded by artists spanning multiple genres, including: Russell Dickerson, Carly Pearce, Emily Weisband, Cassadee Pope, Sidewalk Prophets, and Filmore. She has toured with Gavin DeGraw, Dwight Yoakam, Devin Dawson, and many others, and has toured as part of the CMT “Next Women of Country” Tour. Back to her Kentucky roots, Hannah was featured in a national television advertising campaign, where her university proudly showed off Hannah successfully pursuing and achieving her dreams. New music is coming soon - stay tuned!