The Doucettes
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~Hannah ~

About Us
All born in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada, the Doucettes saved their musical beginning until they arrived in Waller, Texas in 2007. At tender ages they began singing at church under the strict guidance of David Armistead, and developed a love for their instruments through their annual church music school. With many hours of instruction and mentorship from teachers such as Travis Alltop, Jim Britton and Andy Leftwich the Doucette kids developed a love for Bluegrass Gospel along with traditional Bluegrass music and have blossomed into what you see today.
Ms. Hannah is the oldest of the group and is currently enrolled in Arizona State University working toward her bachelor degree in Organizational Leadership. 
She loves traveling, writing, singing, and spending time with her family and friends. 

- Sings lead and harmony vocals
- Plays a 1931 Eraclio Raineri fiddle
- Fiddle Mentor, Andy Leftwich

- Sings lead and harmony vocals
- Likes sports and Duct tape
- Plays a Burlyle Maple Custom Banjo
- Banjo Mentor, Jim Britton

    2015 Runner-up Texas State Banjo Championship
    2017 Texas State Banjo Champion
    2018 US National Banjo Champion
- Sings lead and baritone vocals
- Plays a Clark F5 mandolin and a
  1938 D18 Martin guitar
- Mandolin Mentor, Andy Leftwich 
- Guitar Mentor, Travis Alltop

- Awards: 
  2014 Rockygrass Mandolin Champion
  2015 Texas State Flatpick Guitar Champion
​  2015 Texas State Mandolin Champion
  2016 National Mandolin Competition Runner up
  2017 National Mandolin Competition 3rd place
- Likes hockey and hunting/survival
- Plays an Eminence Upright Bass
- Bass Mentor, Jim Britton