About Aimee

Determined and inspiring sums up the way Singer-Songwriter Aimee Hannan lives her life.

Aimee is a proud Gamilaraay woman making a profound effect on the industry by combining her love of music and her traditional language, writing original songs and translating some into her native tongue.

Performing in public for the first time at the tender age of 4, Aimee found a special connection with Country Music at age 10, with one of her favorite earliest memories being selected to open Lee Kernaghan’s “Hat Town” Tour in Gladstone (Qld).

 Singing is a major part of Aimee’s life but it became increasingly difficult to perform as she was struggling with a rare medical condition that was causing her heart to fail and became necessary for Aimee to have her leg amputated, but staying true to herself Aimee was back on stage within months.

 Soon after her struggles, Aimee connected with fellow artists Gina Jeffreys and Max Jackson and with their help co-wrote a collection of songs, some of which Aimee recorded on her Debut Album “Stronger”


 Aimee’s performance highlights reflect times like performing in Beijing, China for the World star Quest, Sharing the stage with multiple artist including Beccy Cole and Travis Collins as well as appearing on Season 7 of TVs “The Voice” making Team Deltas Top 12.

 Performing regularly throughout the country side, Aimee spends her spare time writing and joining forces with many fellow artists including, Allan Caswell, Kevin Bennett and Lyn Bowtell to help her write her stories.

Over the last 12 months Aimee successfully released her 2nd studio album “The Best Is Yet To Come” PLUS two bonus tracks. Chart topping hits that give you a little more insight into who Aimee is.

 There’s no stopping her now, while performing everywhere she can, Aimee is already planning her next album with a few new songs already on the horizon.

My Story

How I Got Started

There are many different stories of how we find our way into music, and acording to my Nana it was something I was born to do.

On the day that I was born I had no problems letting the whole hospital that i had arrived and Nan told my Mum, the Nurses and Doctors “That girls going to be a singer”.  And She was RIGHT!

When i was about 4yrs old, I joined my local dance studio for their song and dance classed and of course, I was the loudest one there. Unfortunately i was only able to dance for a few years before the pain in my leg got to extreme but it’s ok,  singing was my true passion.

I’ve never stopped and I never will!