Hannah Mrozak (Muh-row-zak) is from a small town just outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she grew up singing. Her first professional performance was at age 8, when she was asked to sing the National Anthem for the pro-hockey team, Milwaukee Admirals. Hannah knew at a young age that music would be an important part of her life and she would do anything to make it a priority, and she's been honing her skills ever since. Professional vocal coaching at an early age gave Hannah exposure to many styles of musical performance, including Broadway, show tunes, opera, jazz, and blues. Her smoky soulful vocals and pop/R&B style will leave you wanting more and when on the stage she is a force to be reckoned with.
Hannah has applied her craft to earn contestant roles on Season XIV of FOX's American Idol run, and most recently, Season 13 of NBC's The Voice. Her blind audition performance earned chair turns from team captains Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson, and Blake Shelton. Hannah chose Team Adam but was later stolen by Team Jennifer during the Knockout Rounds, where she would end her run in the Top 20's Playoff Rounds.
Hannah hopes to use her platform The Voice has given her to bring awareness to the topic of mental health and suicide prevention. This is a very personal mission for Hannah and she is very involved with a local organization Life of Hope that provides support programs, awareness and education for suicide attempt-aversion and loss prevention.