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Origin Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Genres Country
Labels DreamWorks Nashville
MCA Nashville
Website http://www.hannamceuen.com/
Members Jaime Hanna
Jonathan McEuen

Hanna-McEuen was an American country music duo comprising first cousins Jaime Hanna and Jonathan McEuen. Both members of the duo sang, in addition to playing guitar and mandolin; Hanna also played harmonica, while McEuen also played banjo.[1] Their fathers, Jeff Hanna and John McEuen, co-founded the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, a country music band which had success in the 1970s and 1980s.[2] In addition, Hanna was formerly an occasional supporting musician for the Tex-Mex/americana band The Mavericks.[2]

Hanna-McEuen released its self-titled debut album on DreamWorks Records in 2005,[2] although the album's singles were distributed and promoted by MCA Nashville. The album produced a Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in "Something Like a Broken Heart", followed by "Tell Me" at number 56 and "Ocean", which did not chart.

The duo also recorded a DVD-Audio/Video project titled "Tried and True" in 2007 for AIX Records, which featured a guest appearance by country guitarist Albert Lee.

After disbanding, Hanna joined Gary Allan's road band, in which he plays guitar. He also co-wrote Allan's 2008 single "She's So California".[3] McEuen, meanwhile, has continued to record as a solo artist.[4]



Title Details Peak positions
US Country
Hanna-McEuen 42


Year Single Peak positions Album
US Country
2005 "Something Like a Broken Heart" 38 Hanna-McEuen
"Tell Me" 56
"Ocean"[5] --
"--" denotes releases that did not chart

Music videos

Year Video Director
2005 "Something Like a Broken Heart" Trey Fanjoy
"Ocean" The Malloys


  1. ^ Hanna-McEuen (Media notes). Hanna-McEuen. Nashville, Tennessee: DreamWorks Records Nashville. 2005. B0001399-02. 
  2. ^ a b c Ruhlmann, William. "Hanna-McEuen biography". Allmusic. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ Shelburne, Craig (15 October 2007). "Tim McGraw Takes on Texas at Big State Festival". CMT. Retrieved 2011. 
  4. ^ "HWH Records". HWH Records. Retrieved 2011. 
  5. ^ Morris, Edward (August 24, 2005). "Hanna-McEuen Boost Album With Heavy Touring". CMT. Retrieved 2018. 

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