For country up-and-comer Hannah Dasher, music was a part of her life from an early age. "I hated to read books as a child, but my mother would always find me reading my cassette tapes and CD covers front-to-back," she recalled to Fox News. "I was that nerdy kid who knew who Keith Stegall was by the time I was eight years old.
I didn't like to read." As just a "little thing," she also developed a love for "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" crooner Alan Jackson after seeing him in concert. "I just discovered he talked the way that I do and I loved his music, it resonated with me," Dasher shared. "My girlfriends were into Shania Twain -- we all love Shania -- but I was more so into Alan and into rock and roll." Dasher credits seeing Jackson perform.Read more on foxnews.com