Hannah Smalltree charms with her big voice and little ukulele, playing a wide range of songs including folk, americana, oldies, jazz, classic covers and her own originals. A small setup and improvisational style make Hannah a modern jester, wandering player or “line entertainer” for music festivals or other events.
Ever better, as a music fan, Hannah is often available for the low, low price of two tickets (herself and a helper/guest) with any additional perks, laminates, etc that you’d like to offer…an enthusiastic ambassador for live music. 🙂 Please contact hsmalltree at gmail dot com.
Hannah entertained early arrivals in the opening lines at the Santa Cruz American Music Festival, donning a “tasteful kazoo” (once everyone was properly caffeinated, of course.)
More About Hannah Smalltree
I am Hannah Smalltree, an entertaining singer with a big voice and little ukulele. I often perform solo — sometimes wandering, entertaining lines of people, playing casually fireside or stages of all sizes. I sing and play my own lighthearted original songs and a diverse songlist of familiar americana, oldies, jazz, classic covers, country, pop and more. I am professional, organized and easy to work with — able to understand your musical needs and read an audience to deliver a great live show.
Sample Cover Songs
I pull from a huge repertoire of songs to entertain crowds of all ages. You can explore my originals on my website and check out some crowd favorites below. Given the ukulele, I will note that I do not play traditional Hawaiian songs…I can recommend other who do that style much better! I’m more of a popular song player, an entertainer, singalong instigator and generalist.
“Oldies” & Jazz:
Sea of Love
I Can See Clearly Now
Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay
Groovin (on a Sunday Afternoon)
Hooked on a Feeling
Dancing in the Moonlight
Brown Eyed Girl
The Tide is High
Message in a Bottle
The Land Down Under
90s > Current
Wake Me Up
…just a small sample — I also look things up and honor most requests if possible. I aim to please!
Later at the Santa Cruz American Music Festival, latte’ing it up near the main stage…