13-19 juli 2024nijmegen

Hannah Mae

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Singer-songwriter Hannah Mae broke through at the end of 2019 with her debut single 'Back To You'. She has since made the switch to Dutch lyrics and given the success of singles such as 'De Kerkstraat', this turned out to be a good move. This summer she will show her skills in the intimate Stevenskerk during the Four Days Marches.

Partly thanks to the use of 'Back To You' in a PLUS commercial, the single became a huge radio hit, with which Hannah was frequently seen and heard on radio and TV. After that things went quickly. She has attended many performances and writing sessions in Nashville, among others. For now, Hannah Mae has chosen to switch to Dutch, and she likes it very much. 'De Kerkstraat' and the duet together with the Flemish Metejoor 'Wat Wil Je Van Mij' were written and produced with producer duo The Companions and Simon Leferink. The latter song reached the number 2 position in the Dutch Top 40 and also spent 25 weeks at number 1 in the Flemish Top 30. Hannah Mae is signed to Spark Records, Ilse DeLange's label.

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