Hana Kahn is a pop powerhouse singer-songwriter whose “emotional nakedness and elegant musicianship” (Zach Weg, The Deli Magazine) drive her message of the importance of self-love.
Hana has performed alongside Boston sensations such as Ruby Rose Fox, Aubrey Haddard and Ali McGuirk. The singer regularly hosts events throughout the New England area, partnering with organizations like This Is My Brave and the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center.
Combining empowering ballads, catchy upbeat numbers and stories of recovery, Hana’s performance is not only encapsulating, but leaves audiences fueled and inspired to follow their own dreams.
Hana's most recent single, "Let's Start Living", debuted 6/21/18 (tune in to the right!).
This Is My Brave: Boston 2018
2018 Boston Rally for Improving Birth
Lowell's 13th Annual Take Back the Night
Claiming Our Power: a Fundraiser for BARCC 2018
Lowell Folk Festival 2016
RAW Boston 2015
Amesbury Sports Park 2014
ReV Fashion Show 2013
Brandeis Folk Festival of the Leonard Berstein Festival of the Creative Arts 2013
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"The sensual songs of Boston singer/songwriter Hana Kahn compel with their emotional nakedness and elegant musicianship....The strong-timbered Kahn boldly details solitude and longing...that excitingly add up to what can rightfully be called peaceful sonority. Perhaps like the most moving tracks in the singer/songwriter genre, Kahn’s subtly bold tunes seem personal but, impressively, can speak to many."
- Zach Weg, Writer for The Deli Magazine
“What separates Hana from other artists isn’t just the expression of her inner emotions. All of us do that. Hana uses her music and artistry to give you a very clear glimpse into her soul…[which] provides light and insight towards her overall theme of healing. Few artists have the vocal and writing ability to make music focused on healing and self-improvement catchy enough to belong on the radio, but Hana is able to do that and so much more not only through her recorded music, but even more so through her live performance.”
- Amanda McCarthy, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter
"Hana Kahn is a fiercly passionate musician whose mighty vocals bewitch audiences with a dangerous combination of sweetness and strength. The power of her voice is matched only by the unwavering power of her convictions. Unabashedly using her music to share her battle with mental illness and personal struggles, Kahn bravely holds up a magnifying glass to her journey in a successful attempt to empower others to discover the voice and the self-love they've been searching for."
- Hailey Magee, Founder/Consultant of Talisman Music Group; Founder/Director of EBASS (Emerging Boston-Area Singer-Songwriters)
"Hana is that combination of a shamelessly honest poet and a powerhouse vocalist. Her songs range from emotional life struggles, love, and just plain fun, but it's the message between her notes that's most important and that's a message of positivity. She reminds her fans that no matter what their struggles are, they are not alone."
- John Shea, Radio Personality 95.9 WATD