Review: Hannah Baiardi — Magic

Hannah Baiardi — Magic

Not many voices can move you to your very core. But Hannah Baiardi is one of them. The young musician is releasing “Magic”, her third studio album, and it’s really worth the experience. The American artist studied jazz at the University of Michigan, but what she does with music cannot be learned in a classroom. Her soulful collection of songs has a heart. The multi-talented singer, songwriter and pianist is laying bare a piece of her…

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