Hannah Kaminer is an artist and singer-songwriter writing songs about love, loss, and home. Raised in small towns in Western North Carolina, she fuses echoes of Appalachian and country traditions with wistful, Americana-style songwriting. She began studying and performing music in her mid-twenties, and has released two studio albums, Acre by Acre (2015) and Heavy Magnolias (2018). 

Kaminer's songs have been recognized in the finals of the Chris Austin Songwriting Contest (MerleFest), with an NC Regional Artist Project Grant, and by the Brown Bag Songwriting Competition. Kaminer co-produced Heavy Magnolias (2018) with award-winning engineer Julian Dreyer. In 2020, she pivoted to produce Music for Quarantine, connecting musicians to virtual gigs performed for loved ones in isolation.
During 2023 she produced and recorded a third studio album with her band (Hannah & The Wistfuls), which is set to release in early January 2024. 
Among the region's bright young voices”

Blue Ridge Public Radio

Kaminer’s sweet songs are often tinged with melancholy and a soulful yearning...a crystalline voice, with just a touch of Appalachian lilt”

Bill Kopp (Mountain Xpress)

A folk singer with a voice like few others”

— Acoustic Asheville (Mountain Xpress)