Gary Haase
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Gary Haase

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"For Gary Haase CD - String Theory"

"....His intricate understanding of harmony, his professional grasp of musicianship and the sheer delight he takes in making melodies that can demolish churches but never hurt the heart.

This is the music of the Headman himself, Gary Haase." - from Martin Bashir - ABC News 2007


Still working on that hot first release.



Gary Haase is what is known as a triple threat, Composer, Producer and Performer.

As Grover Washington Jr. said,
"Gary knows all the ins and outs of the past 30 years in music".

Professionally, Gary came into prominence in the early 80's when he toured with artists as diverse as Buddy Rich, Noel Pointer, Chaka Khan and Phyllis Hyman. These experiences lead to years of studio work and productions.

Gary went on to make recordings with Celine Dion, N'sync, George Benson, Grover Washington Jr, The Brecker Brothers, Michael Bolton and many many more.

Soon after, Gary became involved in music for Television. Writing themes for The Emmy Awards, Star Search, The Next Big Star, Kickin It Live In Hollywood, Monique’s Fat Chance, The Alma Awards, Biography, and a host of others.

Gary has been involved in various Grammy winning CDs including Record of the year with Falling into You by Celine Dion.

Currently, Gary continues to juggle these different areas of music, going from session to production to 'live' shows and being music director for various artists.

Gary has had over 50 published songs on CDs and Hundreds of television pieces in rotation.

Some of the many artists Gary has worked with include; Michael Bolton, Stephanie Mills, Patti Labelle, Chaka Khan, George Benson, Celine Dion, Heather Headley, Justin Timberlake, Jessica Simpson, Ben E. King, Martha Wash, Sam Harris, Earth Wind & Fire.

Broadway Shows include: A Chorus line, The Lion King, Once On This Island, Little Shop of Horrors and The Life.

Film music projects include: Disney’s “Snow Dogs,” “Sugar Hill,” “The Brothers” & “Paid In Full.”