Carol is a Billboard charting artist and has released 10 dance singles on her Beagle Boy Music label as well as a charity record on Sobel Records for the rescue shelter Rescue Ink which was destroyed in Hurricane Sandy.
Playing and performing from an early age, Carol became interested in writing and recording in the 80's when she was signed with two labels and released her "Portraits" album and three, 12" dance records, which charted both nationally in Billboard, and internationally on the U.K. Dance charts.
After taking time off to finish her college education, she returned in 2000 to her first love; writing and recording music and in 2001 she released her "Into the Light" CD.
Her passion for dance music was once again ignited when Harlequin Recording Group released her original songs "Reach Out," and "Come Be My Lover," in 2008. Carol then started her own record label called Beagle Boy Music and in 2009 released her original dance single entitled, "I Can Stop the Rain." After 23 years, Carol was once again on the Billboard Dance charts with "Rain." She then followed that release with more 7 original dance songs: "Take Me and Dance," "Into the Night," "How Many Times." Let Me Go, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," "Do Your Best, (Rahni Harris), "Your Love," "Where is the Passion," and "You Have Rescued Me."
She was also featured in the CAPP Records release of an 80's dance compilation with the cover song Bette Davis Eyes, Nivek Tek's ISV release of Erasure's "A Little Respect.," and with "Into the Night" on an Almighty Records dance compilation.
Carol Hahn has a music and voice-over company that produces jingles, soundtracks, and voice-overs for clients on every continent. Her music has been heard on PBS, Sirius and XM Radio, HBO, and Viacom.