Hillary Hahn | Walking in Cleveland (feat. Nick Baverman, Chuck Smith & Brent James)

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Walking in Cleveland (feat. Nick Baverman, Chuck Smith & Brent James)

by Hillary Hahn

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Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Thank You Very Much (feat. Nick Baverman, Chuck Smith & Brent James)
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2. Aftermath (feat. Nick Baverman, Chuck Smith & Brent James)
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3. Ashley (feat. Nick Baverman, Chuck Smith & Brent James)
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4. Don't Be Scared, Be Ready (feat. Nick Baverman, Chuck Smith & Brent James)
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5. Pink Cheeks (feat. Nick Baverman, Chuck Smith & Brent James)
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So my parents met in the 80's. They both had fantastic hair and worked at Willis Music. I love telling people how they met. My mom was the carefully, calculated, classically trained piano and flute player... My dad had long hair, smoked cigarettes, taught himself to play guitar by ear and played regularly in bars all around Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. My mom even snuck into bars a few times to play the flute at some of my dad's gigs (she was younger than him and under-aged for a little while). You know that flute solo at the beginning of "Heard It In A Love Song" by The Marshall Tucker Band?? I'm pretty sure that's what she played. I'll double check with her tomorrow... I love telling people that, too! Such badasses. Growing up in a home with those two as parents was very musical to say the least. My childhood was hearing mom and dad play music together constantly... The sounds of dad hammering away at the never ending projects around our fixer-upper house with Aerosmith and Neil Young (to name a few) playing in the background... mom playing the piano while my sisters and I would sing in three, sometimes four-part harmonies to every song she had sheet music for... hymns, show tunes, classic rock ballads... we sang it all!

I distinctly remember the first time I wrote a song. I loved, loved, loved writing stories and poems at school but never thought to combine them with my love for music. Then when I was about 15 this gal approached me while I was playing piano in the chorus room during my lunch break- this is usually where I went during lunch because I was excruciatingly shy and did not like to be in the cafeteria. She handed me a poem and was like, "you should add music to this and make it a song!" So I was like... ok. And we quickly had a few verses and a chorus down... I loved it! Not the song- I actually hated the song... I still do. But I loved how you could bend syllables and curve words to fit the beat of the music. We pretty much had the whole song done, except the middle section... I remember lunch time was over and we decided that we would meet here at the same time the next day. She said I should try to write the middle section that night and show it to her the next day. So I went home that night and sat in front of my beloved Kawaii piano that I grew up playing on and for the first time tried to think of something original to say. Well, long story short... I had a lot of "original" things to say and i've been writing ever since.

So yeah that pretty much sums it up.

I have also been dancing in both the studio and on stage my entire life... I like to refer to dancing as "physical music appreciation". The influence of all those show tunes can not only be heard in my music but seen when i've had the opportunities to perform my music live in any setting.

If you are still reading i'm floored! Thanks for your time but i've kind of run out of things to say. I mean I have way more stories I could tell about music and stuff but i'm not totally sure how much info i'm actually supposed to be typing right now. Sooooo. Yeah!!! Thank you! Come again!



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