Sat, Aug 20|
111 E 6th Ave
Hannah Ramone & Fukushima Breeze
Seattle Singer Songwriter with Electronic Musician/Visual Artist
Time & Location
Aug 20, 2022, 7:00 PM
111 E 6th Ave, 111 E 6th Ave, Helena, MT 59601, USA
About the event
Hannah Ramone (they/them)
Born into an ancestry line of Singers, Actors, Teachers, Storytellers, & Craftspeople - Hannah spent their life doing a lot of that. At age five, they were scribbling songs about fire & peace & trees. Songwriting gave hannah a direct and intimate connection with their muse/spirit/inspiration. They continued to write songs throughout their life as the songs have now became an extension of Hannah's musical expression. Throughout their childhood and young adulthood they performed original songs, in choirs and musical theater shows in the local regional theatre. The creative momentum followed Hannah to the Pacific Northwest. While earning a bachelors degree in Music Education they were immersed in an in-depth study of the voice, performing, conducting, rehearsing a choir, music theory, ear training, composition, opera, musical theater and music education. Hannah spent many years as a vocal coach and music educator for (mostly) youth and (some) adults in a variety of forms: as a one-on-one vocal coach; music director, stage director, choreographer and stage manager for youth musicals and performance camps; a middle school choir teacher. The theme throughout all of these roles was about co-conceptualizing and co-creating musical performances/ concerts with kids including large scale choir concerts, musicals in professional Seattle theaters, radio performances, recording for other artists, making videos, voice/songwriting recitals, fundraiser/benefits, flash mobs, etc… As a musician, they have been playing in bands in the music scene in Seattle since 2005. With bands Friday Mile and Youth Rescue Mission - a band they made with their siblings - and as a solo artist performing as Hannah Williams, they recorded and released four studio records, played local venues (Showbox, the Crocodile, Neumos, the Tractor…), had some radio play on KEXP and toured throughout the western states. In 2019, hannah recorded their solo album as HANNAH RAMONE called Some Kind of Humanness at Avast Studios in Seattle. The songs on the album were some of the songs hannah had been writing, developing, uncovering over the previous decade of their life. Paired with Avast studio engineer Matt Brown (Tresspassers William) and bringing in old Seattle music friend Matt Badger (Ravenna Woods), the process of making this record lit the spark for the hannah ramone band that was rounded out perfectly with the addition of bass synth/sonic mad scientist Chris Williams (fukushima breeze). Hannah, Chris and the Matts have been deep in the rehearsal caldron during the pandemic, conjuring up benevolent goddesses and crafting the most inspired and exciting versions of the songs on the record live show experience. Hannah’s most important role to date is as the mother of a very curious, creative 5-year old musical explorer, singer/songwriter/synth player/fairy/ninja named Joan. They are a forever student of the stars through a deep interest in astrology, tarot and connecting to nature and the power of stepping into your light through living out your purpose and constantly striving to be a more whole, well kind of human.
Fukushima Breeze (aka Theodore Saint) is a multidisciplinary artist focusing primarily on visual and auditory art. Their visual art utilizes obsolete mediums with contemporary subject matter to invoke feelings of nostalgia through timeless tropes found & filmed in the near present.
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