Hannah Bethel’s Official Music Video for "You Wanna Be My Man" Reveals Her Sassy Side with a Classic Twist
Vibrant country artist Hannah Bethel brings her sass to country radio, and now lights up the screen with the release of her official music video to her current single, You Wanna Be My Man.
“This video was so much fun to make,” smiles the country singer. “I love being hands-on in my career and I’m constantly trying to think of creative new ways to do things. I never want my videos to be predictable or normal.” Fans can watch the video which premiered this week exclusively on her YouTube page. With several hundred views within just 24 hours, cable channels ZUUS Country and Young Country TV will be adding it to their playlist right away.
This song, which was co-written by Hannah and David Myhre, is off her newest album Never Ending Sky and is getting great recognition from radio and media. Nashville’s renowned music critic Robert K. Oermann said “[You Wanna Be My Man is] pert and perky, with a girlish sweetness. The track bops with nifty precision and perfect crunch. Well sung and well produced.” Billboard said “Bethel proves herself to be quite the dynamic vocalist… Nashville better make a seat for her at the table, because she’s going to be front and center very soon!”
Hannah’s newest album includes 8 songs which were written/co-written by Hannah, produced by Brennin Hunt and features top-notch musicians on the record including Adam Ollendorff (pedal steel for Kacey Musgraves) and Tim Horsley (drums for Keith Urban, Gary Allen, Jamie O’Neal, etc).
Hailing from Northern Michigan, Hannah took part in this year’s CMA Music Festival by signings autographs and performing at various Music City hot spots. She has spent the last year touring the United States, performing shows from Alaska to New Jersey and everywhere in between. She has shared the stage with such artists as Trisha Yearwood, Frankie Ballard, Canaan Smith, Charlie Worsham, Joe Nichols, Rodney Atkins, and Buddy Jewell. She also recently wrapped up her 6th year instructing and giving back to the PJ Olsson’s Rock Camp, a two-week music educational camp in her hometown of Michigan. She donates her time teaching campers (ages 11-19) the real-world process of becoming a musician which includes self-exploration, talent development, musical collaboration, relentless rehearsals, and live performances. To stay updated on Hannah, visit www.HannahBethel.com and like her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HannahBethelArtist