Tara Hack’s musical journey from New York’s Penn Station to Abbey Road
Tara Hack, singer, song writer and musician joins the eMusician Podcast Show. Through her songs, Tara is documenting modern life and love, observing characters and their stories, chronicling all of it and setting it to music.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Tara Hack discuss the following:
- Can you tell us about your musical journey and how you got to where you are today?
- What is the most interesting thing that has happened to you since you began your career?
- Tell us about the exciting things you are working on now.
- You recorded at Abbey Road Studios, the most famous recording studio in the world. Can you tell us more about that experience?
- What is your best piece of advice for someone starting out in the music industry?
- What is your favorite song and why?
Singer, song writer and musician, Tara Hack, realized the power and symbolism of music from an early age. Through her songs, Tara is documenting modern life and love, observing characters and their stories, chronicling all of it and setting it to music. “I try to write empathically,” Tara says. She found an early affinity for classic music from the 1940s and 50s, dancing around her living room to the likes of Bing Crosby, Etta James, the Rat Pack, and Glenn Miller Band.
Tara is currently in the studio, writing and recording her debut original album. The process has been an empowering one, with Tara firmly in control of her creative process, incorporating the music of her childhood influences, as well as more-current artistry from Coldplay, John Mayer, Avril Lavigne, Vanessa Carlton and Michelle Branch. When asked what her ambition is for the release of her new music, she says “to make someone’s day better. Whenever I’m performing, that is the goal.” In these unprecedented and pressing times, that seems to be exactly what is called for: music that makes someone’s day better.
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