Hannah Dasher Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2021
Live at the Hall • 6m 9s
Recording artist and songwriter Hannah Dasher talks about writing her songs “All My Heroes Died Too Young” and “I’m Gonna Whoop Your Redneck Ass,” and performs both as Bonus Tracks for her “Live at the Hall” episode, recorded on August 28, 2021.
For her main “Live at the Hall” program, Dasher performs a selection of songs she’s written (including “You’re Gonna Love Me,” from her 2021 debut EP “The Half Record”), candidly shares the stories behind them, and answers questions from the audience.
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