Hannahs Field Full Band

The duo, HannaH’s Field met lead guitarist, Aidan Moore and bassist, John Pitblado while performing together in the Bob Marley Tribute Band, High Tide. HannaH and Bongo Bliss loved the fresh flavors that the two new magicians brought to their sound.  All four of them joined together in Massiphonic Studio to record the latest original musical release, “Revolutionary Soldiers”.

“Revolutionary Soldiers” showcases the award winning voice of HannaH and the heartbeat of Bongo Bliss’ drum kit. Virtuoso bass player John Pitblado adds funky rhythm and tasty solos. Aidan Moores fresh melodic guitar solos add the finishing touches of a fine dish.

HannaH’s Field is further filled with upbeat reggae, soul and rock. Brett Wilson's (Roots of Creation) guest vocal performance on the title track, is reminiscent of Sublime and guests Rhythmic Circus add party vocals on the last song, "Consciousness and Love".  If you were old enough to be at Woodstock or young enough and wish you were, give this album a listen. Or join the band when they play Yasgurs Farm this summer - the original site of Woodstock. Either way, you won’t be disappointed and you’ll be supporting your inner Revolutionary Soldier!

John Pitblado (AKA “Jah Pits”) started playing bass in the early 90’s and cut his teeth in the Burlington VT jam scene as bassist of Uncle Juice, a VT touring band that supported national acts such as The Samples, Ziggy Marley, and Michael Ray and the Cosmic Crew. He has played in numerous bands in the CT music scene since returning to his home state in the early 2000’s. Jah Pits’ influences range from the great upright players of the bebop era such as Ray Brown and Ron Carter, band leader bass players like Paul McCartney and Sting, to modern masters such as Vic Wooten and Oteil Burbridge. Jah Pits plays a Modulus 5 string.

Aidan Moore (AKA “Little Lion”) had a fascination with guitars as a young child. His older brother sold some of his own DJ equipment to buy Aidans first guitar when he was 10 years old. He hasn’t stopped playing. Duane Allman and Dickey Betts always make him smile. He is heavily influenced by the guitar riffs of Jerry Garcia, Jimmy Herring, and Scott Murawski of Max Creek. Little Lion has jammed on stage with many  bands including, Off The Dome, The Sticky Greens and The McLovins.  

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