Hannah Dasher Shows You How To Win A Breakup With The Hilarious “Cryin’ All The Way To The Bank”

Hannah Dasher

Hannah Damn Dasher is back.

The firebrand singer and TikTok star from Georgia released her debut EP The Half Record back in 2021, showing off her rockin’ ’90s country sound and catchy songwriting on tracks like “Left Right” and her intro song, “You’re Gonna Love Me.”

Since then she’s been busy opening for Reba on her 2022 tour, as well as working in the studio to release her (still as-of-yet-unannounced) debut full-length album.

But now she’s back with some advice on how to get the last laugh during a breakup.

In the same vein as “When It Rains It Pours” by Luke Combs, “Cryin’ All the Way to the Bank” shows off Hannah’s unique, compelling wordsmithing as she tells the story of a divorce that ends in tears – but not in the way you’d think:

“I turned these C’s into DD’s
And I’m drinkin’ doubles at the DoubleTree
I’m twice as rich as I used to be
Cryin’ all the way, cryin’ all the way to the bank
Brand new Chevy, premium gas in the tank
I was takin’ it hard
But takin’ his farm took the broke right outta heartbreak
Well I’m cryin’ all the way
Cryin’ all the way to the bank”

Co-written by Hannah alongside Benjy Davis and Dave Turnbull and produced by superstar picker and producer Ilya Toshinskiy, she says this one was at least partially inspired by real life:

“This one’s loosely inspired by family events. I don’t condone this type of behavior but it was too fun not to write. I hope it empowers some women (and men) done-wrong.

I figured we’d come back with a banger, and this one’s so good it’s gonna hurt peoples’ feelins.”

That’s how you win a breakup right there.

A Seven Song Introduction To Hannah Dasher – Because You’re Gonna Love Her

We’ve posted about Hannah in the past, and any time I look through the comments I always see people who are discovering her for the first time, usually something along the lines of “This is awesome, how have I never heard of her before?”

Well I figured I should do my part to fix that. So if you’re not familiar with Hannah Damn Dasher, let me introduce you – because I think you’re gonna love her.

Even if you haven’t heard Hannah’s music, you may have seen her on TikTok, where her wisecracking “Stand By Your Pan” cooking videos have helped her rack up over a million and a half followers.

But Hannah’s way more than just a TikTok star.

A native of Georgia, Hannah started out playing Patsy Cline in a tribute show in her hometown of Savannah (and she learned a thing or two from impersonating Patsy – so when she calls you “Hoss,” you’ll know where she got it from).

And after graduating with her PR degree from the University of Georgia, Hannah moved to Nashville and took a job at Bass Pro Shop selling fishing boats and outboard motors just steps from the Grand Ole Opry.

Her time at Bass Pro Shops got cut short though, when she was fired for writing songs on the job – but it worked out for her when Brad Paisley cut one of her songs for his 2017 album Love and War. (She also co-wrote “LA” on Lainey Wilson’s debut album).

Her debut EP The Half Record was released back in 2021, and since then Hannah’s been hard at work in the studio polishing up her full-length album.

With her clever songwriting and electric personality, Hannah’s well on her way to becoming a superstar. So if you need some help diving into her catalog, here are a few songs to get you started:

“You’re Gonna Love Me”

 If you want to get to know Hannah, she lays it all out there with this one. If you’re a fan of Alan Jackson’s mullet and things that are made in the USA, then Hannah Dasher might just be for you.

“Leave This Bar”

 “Stoned Age”

Throwing it back to the 70’s – or as Hannah calls it, the “Stoned Age.”

 “1990’s Heartbreak”


Hannah’s firecracker personality or her big hair might be the first thing you notice about her, but make no mistake: Her songwriting is what will keep you coming back for more.

One of my favorites from The Half Record is “Shoes,” which sounds like it could have been written by a guy like Eric Church (who Hannah cites as one of her favorite artists) with its clever wordplay and vulnerability over trying to fix a broken relationship.

“Drinkin’ Out Loud”

 Who can’t relate to a song about losing your filter after drinking a few?

“Left Right”

A cleverly written reminder to the guys who need to get their shit together. (So pretty much all of us).

So there you have it. That’s a pretty good start to get you into Hannah’s music.

Now we just need her to drop “The Whole Record.”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock