Karine Hannah Sings Streisand at The Loft
KARINE HANNAH Karine Hannah's voice hits hard. The Montreal-born and New York-based singer can deliver an overpoweringly emotional ballad just as seamlessly as she can sing just about anything. It's what makes her self-proclaimed, "over-the-top pop/ soulful sound", so magnetic, majestic, and magnificent— appropriately living up to its moniker. Her latest credits include: 2018 EP released by Cash Money/Republic Records/Universal Music, many performances and appearances at Joe's Pub, 54 Below, and a promo tour across the US. Growing up in Canada, and at the age of sixteen, her performance on a Canadian television show caught the eye of none other than Celine Dion. The world-renowned diva went on to ask Karine to perform at her wedding. "That was really the start," she recalls. "It was such an incredible moment, and I was driven to pursue my dreams as a world class singer. Karine relocated to New York city. Within weeks of moving to the Big Apple, she linked up with legendary songwriter, Jim Steinman [Meat Loaf, "Bat Out Of Hell"), and began collaborating with him. For the next few years, nearly every major label courted her, but she didn't find a home until Cash Money Records music co-founders Ronald "Slim" Williams and Bryan "Baby" Williams heard a recording from her in their lawyer's office and signed her. She was their one and only signed artist that is a female pop artist. "It happened at a time when I least expected it," the songstress continues. "I'd been working so hard for so long, and then Cash Money came into the picture. Their partnership kicked off with Karine's incendiary debut single "Burning Up" climbing the Billboard charts and making it all the way to number five. That's only a prelude to what followed. Her next single co-written by Michael Jay ("Toy Soldiers") called "Victory" which landed in the top 10 on the Billboard charts. Karine nods her vocal influences to legends such as Gladys Knight, Patti LaBelle, Jennifer Holiday, male voices such as Australian John Farnham and Tom Jones as well as French and European artists she heard on the radio as a child. As a result, she's got something completely her own and electrifying. "I grew up with 4 sides of music...French, Canadian, American and Euro," she says. "I want to embrace all of that in my own music."
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