Hadley Kennary is an artist/songwriter whose music is a modern mosaic of pop: shades of infectious melodies, poetic prose, and multi-faceted stories and are blended together to create a voice all her own. Her latest EP, "Habits", was released in November of 2019. With these songs and her live show, Hadley is carving a space for herself in Nashville's ever-growing music scene. Her songs are contagiously catchy and refreshingly honest.
Kennary, appropriately pronounced like the bird, grew up constantly moving around the US. In 2014, she graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Hadley has graced stages around the country such as SPACE in Chicago and the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, as well as several shows in Ireland and the UK. Her songs have been featured in renowned songwriting competitions such as Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriter Showcase, Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Competition for Emerging Songwriters, Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Emerging Artist Showcase, and Telluride Bluegrass Festival Troubadour Songwriting Competition (where she won 2nd place in 2015).
Hadley lives in Nashville, Tennessee where she continues to write, record, and perform live.
“In-between stages in life are tough to navigate. Whether you’re looking for a new job, navigating the dating world, or figuring out a nagging aspect of your life, the way forward isn’t always clear. On new track “Potential,” Nashville songwriter and artist Hadley Kennary explores how to embrace the in- between.” - No Country for New Nashville
“One part pop starlet, one part wandering troubadour...she meshes studied musicality with personal experience to craft her layered pop sound.”
"What more can we say other than A+ songwriting, a beautiful vocal, and universal content." - Indie Happy Hour
“...it’s always good to discover new artists— and after hearing the song ‘Painkiller’ by Hadley Kennary, we know that she’s truly got lasting power in such a tough industry.” -HelloGiggles
“Hadley Kennary’s soulful and grounded vocal attention, give off a light of warmth and delight.” - Come Here Floyd