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March 24, 2019


KB Jones

Wow you had me with this line: "the last stop before you press the dream like a rose between the pages of the Nashville phone book" and didn't let go. This is a good and powerful piece.

Clif Doyal

Hello Paul,

I am Hannah's manager and publicist, I am pleased to let you know that her next single and music video, "Rhinestone Rodeo," features her vocal in a more stripped-down setting and it showcases the beauty, passion and depth of her voice, as you have so well-articulated in your piece. I think you will be pleased with the results. Please look for the single and video in mid-May. Thanks for your kind words for Hannah. She is indeed an artist worthy of a long and successful career in this business.

Kindest regards,
Clif Doyal

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka PT from Boston

Hi Clif,
Thank you for this update. I realize there is more than one way to climb the mountain and that the two songs on her current web site are a couple of pitons Hannah hammered into the mountain as she scales her way up it.

I love Hannah’s voice and style and boy oh boy am I ever happy that “Rhinestone Rodeo” will give the world a good dose of the vocal shadings and lyricism that are her strengths.

i loved the full bore heart-on-her sleeve singing from her core that night. I’ll bet that some singer/songwriters would have mailed in that performance in a hotel lobby… not Hannah… hers was gutty, exactly what was necessary, she gets it, and I wanted her to know that she added a fan to her list that night.

I’ll get on her mailing list and look forward to “Rhinestone Rodeo” when it comes out.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr.

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