Last Friday, Nashville singer-songwriter Hannah May Allison releases the video for her latest single, “Love Him Forever”. This powerful pop-country single relates to anyone who has ever run into an old but not forgotten love and felt like no time had passed. HMA’s lyrics speak to those who have wondered if they will ever the feel the same way again about someone new. Shot on a rooftop overlooking Nashville’s skyline and featuring an acoustic version of the original single, this performance style video captures the raw emotion of the song. This honest exploration of a lost love who never leaves your mind showcases Hannah’s evolving writing and singing talents. Written by Hannah May Allison, Lauren McLamb, and Tiera, the video for “Love Him Forever” can be found on her YouTube channel and the single is available on all streaming platforms. Hannah May Allison also gives a special thanks to Emma Golden, who shot and directed the video and Zachary Manno, who produced the acoustic and original version of the single.
Nashville singer/songwriter Hannah May Allison grew up in Palo Alto, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley, and a half-hour drive to San Francisco. Like most California girls, Hannah May grew up listening to pop music. At an early age she also developed a deep love of traditional country music through the influence of her mother, formerly a professional country singer who hails from the western plains of Kansas. Being a part of such a musical family, Hannah started singing and writing songs on the guitar in high school and moved to Nashville right after graduation. Hannah May’s laid back West Coast personality mixed with her southern roots makes her the definition of California country.
Hannah attended Belmont University and signed her first publishing deal shortly out of college. As a songwriter, Hannah has written with some of Nashville’s best writers, played at top venues like the world famous Bluebird Cafe, and has even secured several cuts with other artists. As an artist, Hannah has built quite a buzz through her recent single releases. Within this past year, HMA’s music has been featured on Country Music Television, TheBoot.com, and Radio Disney Country. Through releasing new music, CMT asked her to be a part of the CMT/Ram Trucks artist development program.