HJ&BH Live Review in Country Music PeopleOct 14 2016
We are thrilled to be featured in October’s edition of Country Music People Magazine. We would like to say a huge thank-you to Michael Hingston for reviewing our live show at The Green Note in Camden back in September.
“They played a fabulous mixture of western swing, classic country and a touch of the blues… Hannah has a wonderful voice and conveyed her enthusiasm for the music. Stewart was in superb from on the pedal steel”
– Michael Hingston, CMP, October 2016
We will be returning to The Green Note on Saturday 11th February 2017 where we anticipate having our new album finished and available to purchase (fingers crossed)! Due to the small seating capacity we strongly advise pre-booking tickets, which are available here.
HJ&BH Play The Jam House BirminghamJun 01 2016
Join Hannah and the Broken Hearts TONIGHT for their debut performance at The Jam House in Birmingham. Restaurant & bars open from 6pm with the band onstage at 8:30pm, admission is completely free! Featuring musicians from HJ&BH’s forthcoming album Stewart Johnson on Pedal Steel, Chris Shirley on Guitar, Al Gare on Bass and Toby Wilson on Drums.
Smart dress – no trainers, ripped denim. Shirts for gentlemen please.
ADMISSION FREE – To reserve your table in the restaurant, please call us on: 0121 200 3030.
HJ&BH Headline at Stroud Americana FestivalMay 16 2016
Hannah Johnson and the Broken Hearts are thrilled to be headlining Stroud Americana Festival 2016! Join us from 6.00pm on Saturday 4th June at The Sub Rooms in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Weekend tickets are priced at £40.00 0r individual event tickets are available for £20.00 here. Alternatively, tickets can also be purchased from Stroud Subscription Rooms Box Office: 01453 760900.
HJ&BH STUDIO UPDATEMay 06 2016
Hello! It’s been a couple of months since I headed into ARC Studio to start making my first solo album and I thought I would share with you a brief update, as well as a few photos. Work has been progressing steadily and we currently have eight tracks down thus far. We’ve been busy editing and mixing and although there’s more work to do laying down my original material, I’m pretty excited with how things are shaping up. The process of recording this album has been a new experience for me, having decided that it will be ready when I’m happy with it and not to work to a strict deadline. This has freed my creativity somewhat and it’s been so refreshing to let the songs make their own way into the world, without any pressure from outside constraints. I want to say a huge sincere thank-you to all the musicians who have contributed to this recording so far, Chris Shirley, Toby Wilson, Al Gare, Ray Butcher, Johnny Caswell and particularly to my Dad, Stewart Johnson, for all of his love, support and understanding… I couldn’t have done this without you!
I’ll keep you posted with more news soon folks, Hannah x