How We Met
In 2014, both Curt and Hannah were singing on Broadway in Nashville as members of Honky Tonk University. On the day of Curt’s first Broadway gig, he saw Hannah singing and he was blown away. The next day, John Taylor (owner of iconic venues such as Tootsie’s World Famous Orchid Lounge, Rippy’s and Honky Tonk Central) paired them together. One day later, Treble Soul was born. It was definitely love at first song.
In July, 2014, Hannah and Curt left Nashville to return to Texas. It was meant to be a short vacation. However, a combination of homesick blues and news of their first baby led the couple to make their vacation permanent. Soon, Treble Soul was a force of Texas Country.
In addition to playing live shows every week, Treble Soul won the local level of the Country Showdown in 2014. They were featured on the first edition of Celebrity Undercover Boss in 2017, and they were named the Texas Country Music Association’s Vocal Duo of the Year in 2018.
They currently reside in Central Texas with their two beautiful daughters.
Hannah & Curt – Before Treble Soul
Curt and Hannah have a lot of things in common, but first and foremost is their love of music and their belief that dreams really do come true. That’s how they both ended up in Nashville. But before Treble Soul, they were just two kids with a couple of guitars.
Hannah started singing in her carseat when she was two years old. Then she started performing on stage when she was just ten at a local talent show dubbed “Rockdale’s Got Talent.” She took second place that night singing God’s Will. The following year, Hannah won a “Carrie-oke Contest” with a local radio station. Her prize was spending the day with Carrie Underwood and attending her concert. Afterwards, Hannah went on to sing in many talent shows and contests in Texas. In fact, she placed third in the Texaco Country Showdown. Hannah also once scored a Golden Ticket at the American Idol Auditions. Sadly, she didn’t progress all the way through. But Hannah was never discouraged. Instead, she wished her fellow contestants the best, while telling herself “it just wasn’t my time.” Meanwhile, Hannah put out her first cd, “Roller Coaster.” Then, in 2013, Hannah was named the Killeen Rodeo Star and she spent her winnings on a brand new set of tires. Throughout high school, Hannah performed on the dance team while also singing for local venues on the weekends. The summer before her senior year, Hannah visited Nashville on a family vacation. Tootsies promised to put her on Broadway if she returned. So, after graduation, Hannah moved to Nashville where she found a true gem- Curt Jones.
Curt got his first electric guitar when he was ten years old, and that’s when the music bug hit him. He started singing and playing all the time. Then, after a rendition of Bon Jovi’s “Wanted, Dead or Alive” at the eighth grade talent show, Curt knew being on stage was going to be part of his life. He won first place in the Collyville County Talent Show in 2009. The following year, he won the Ouachita Parish Talent Show. In June of 2013, Curt moved with his father, fellow musician Chris Jones, to Nashville. Once they got settled, both Curt and Chris became regulars on Broadway. They played hot spots such as Tootsies and Rippy’s where he soon met his future wife, Hannah.
In 2014, Treble Soul put together an acoustic EP, Six String Stories. In 2018, they release their first fully produced EP, Truth. They also have songs featured on the Texas Country Music Association Greatest Hits, Vol. I and Vol. II.
Together, Treble Soul plays all over Texas at bars, clubs, festivals, and private events. They also play in Louisiana, Tennessee, California, and anywhere the music takes them.
Further, they host a free concert on Crystal Beach every year in July.