New York City based singer-songwriter, Tara Hack, will be hosting a Facebook Live performance along with The Rebel Kicks on Friday, November 13th at 7pm EST.  Tara has partnered with the Florence Nightingale Global Health (FNGH) and The Global Trekkers in an effort to raise funds for those affected by Typhoon Goni, which has left devastation across the Philippines.  

Donations can be made to the FNGH to support relief efforts via the link below:


Watching the world go by from inside a train station is a unique perspective, one that has shaped Tara’s repertoire as well as her approach to songwriting.  Busking has created tremendous opportunity for Tara: donations collected at her Penn Station and Atlantic Terminal performances funded a 2019 trip to Abbey Road Studios in London for a set of recordings to be released later this year.  Making music for commuters is a reciprocal relationship, one that Tara respects deeply.  When asked what her ambition is for the release of her new music, Tara replied simply “to make someone’s day better.  Whenever I’m performing, that is the goal.”  In these unprecedented and pressing times, that seems to be exactly what is called for: music that makes someone’s day better. 

Tara is currently in the studio, writing and recording her debut original album.  The process has been an empowering one, with Tara firmly in control of her creative process, incorporating the music of her childhood influences, as well as more-current artistry from Coldplay, John Mayer, Avril Lavigne, Vanessa Carlton and Michelle Branch.  Tara’s music is being featured on SiriusXM nationally – her singles “Let Go” (The Pulse) and “She Wants to Be Loved” (Velvet and The Loft).  To stay up to date, please visit Tara online on social media and at www.TaraHack.com 

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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