Hannah Thomas has a style all her own that’s hard to define. Amy Ray, one-half of the Grammy winning duo Indigo Girls, probably describes her best when she calls Thomas an “outlaw songwriter.” Touring the country since the age of 16 from Atlanta to NYC, and playing venues like Eddie’s Attic and The Bluebird Cafe, Thomas has shared the stage and opened for acts such as Michelle Malone, Amy Ray, Don Dixon & Marti Jones, Zac Brown, Antigone Rising, Jen Foster, Danielle Howle, Bree Sharp, and others. Coming up soon on February 2, 2013, she will release her latest album, “Goodbye On Wasted Time” at The Red Clay Theater in Duluth, GA with special guests Sonia Tetlow and Sarah Golden (from NBC’s The Voice) . Thomas took a few minutes out of her busy tour schedule to answer some questions for Butchieblog:
Name: Hannah Thomas
Occupation: Performing Singer/Songwriter
My companion animals (names and personality traits): Jessie (German Shepherd/Chow Mix) “Hard To Get”
The movie that best represents me right now: “The Runaways” always!
Obviously, my favorite musical of all time is: Spice World. Does that count? lol
Bucket list item that would surprise my friends: I’m not really sure anything I could say would surprise my friends.
My favorite road trip so far in my life: Charlotte to NYC . It was my first time in The Big Apple. A long way from Covington, GA I tell ya!
If I were independently wealthy I would: Probably build a home studio.
My weirdest hobby: Ebay at 3am when I can’t sleep.
My biggest fan: My Grandma
My most favorite veg food or restaurant: Veggie Sausage at Radial
I am most passionate about this cause: Women’s Rights
If I could afford it, I would want a painting or photograph by: Marti Jones
My (s)hero is: Too many to name… Any woman who dared to test the boundaries or pave the way for the rest of us.
Most of my daydreams are about: Music
My latest and most awesome project is: My new album “Goodbye On Wasted Time”