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Hazziemuzik

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http://speakeasy.jazzcorner.com/speakeasy/showthread.php?t=1148 - Jazz Corner


http://www.redbonesbluescafe.com/events.htm - The Blues Cafe


http://www.jimmycliff.com/v-css/photo/?action=view&idc=4&idp=157 - European Tour


http://www.jazzphone.ch/evenements/2007_montreux/montreux_photos.htm - Montreal Jazz Festival


http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20051125/ent/ent2.html - Jamaica Gleaner News


http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20051125/ent/ent2.html - Unlimited Services


http://liveplug.blogspot.com/2009/09/strings.html - E-Square


http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/magazines/Entertainment/html/20090903T170000-0500_158898_OBS_MUSICAL_SHOWERS_AND_MORE_AT_GUITARS_IN_KONVERSATION_.asp - Jamaica Observer


Discography

Searching Hard To Find
Country Vibes
Away Up North

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Bio

Dale Haslam (HazzieMuzik) was born in Kingston, Jamaica and then raised on the island in a little district in St. Ann called Train Line. At fifteen years old, he picked up the bass guitar and started practicing at church.

In 1998, HazzieMuzik began playing with the group named Skool Band, which includes renowned drummer Desmond Jones.

In 2003, he began playing and touring the overseas circuit with Reggae Great -Jimmy Cliff. HazzieMuzik has been able to tour all over the world with singers such as Carlene Davis, Judy Mowatt (of the I-Threes), Barrington Levy, Mutabaruku and Maurice Gordons band.

Some of HazzieMuziks works has brought him various performances, such as: Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival, Jazz in the Garden concerts in Kingston and he also plays in Jamaica Big Band.

Throughout his musical performances, HazzieMuziks desire to learn has expanded his music ability and has enabled him a skill for songwriting, producing and arrangement.

HazzieMuziks influences are Benjy Myaz, Leon Duncan, Family Man Barrett, Glen Browne, Neville Morris, Junior Jazz, John Patitucci, Stanley Clarke, Marcus Miller, Richard Bona, Victor Wooten, and Nathan East.

His first single, How Great Is Thy Faithfulness, is a fusion of R&B, Reggae and Jazz and was influenced by the works of Marcus Miller, The Braxton Brothers, Ernest Ranglin and Maurice Gordon. HazzieMuzik is currently in the studio working on his first album, Searching Hard To Find.