hazzard 15

@hazzard

Chicago US   Feb 2016

Artist Bio

Influences:   beatles, anything from the 60s, great american songbook, andrews sisters, of montreal, dirty projectors, blossom dearie, joni mitchell, carole king, rufus wainwright, lauryn hill, magnetic fields, paul simon, sam cooke, sufjan stevens, ella fitzgerald

5th fawm

i love vocal arrangement- instruments are not my strong suit! getting better all the time though. (trying)

my very talented family members, also on fawm:
@joeblomberg (my dad!)
@jonmeta (my uncle)
@vaticanvamps14 (my cousin- he's got an awesome band www.vaticanvamps.com)

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  • @jonmeta  Mar 2

    I will send you a lead sheet for Fifty-Fifty as soon as I can make one! And thanks for the encouragement on A Day Without Prayer. From the beginning I heard that one with you singing it. That's why I didn't worry that the range was a bit low for me.

  • @angelinapowersuit Mar 2

    My pleasure, and thank YOU as well. I can definitely turn up the volume on "Her Man," I think it might also be the effect I used. And yes, "Across the Train Tracks" IS a mood, I like thinking of it like that as well. Thanks again!

  • @jonmeta  Mar 1

    Congratulations, you came racing up the inside rail on the last turn, overtaking the pack, and won! No doubt some credit goes to PM and kiddos too for giving you time and space. If Meta didn’t encourage me I wouldn’t be able to do this. Your songs always amaze me and I’m so glad you got the Win!

  • @kadmad202  Feb 23

    Thanks for the nice comments on Hello Sunshine. It means a lot, as I'm always so impressed with your songs.

  • @scubed  Feb 19

    I really appreciate your kind words on “How Wide This River”!

  • @zachagerty Feb 19

    hey thanks for listening to hell or high water.

  • @scubed  Feb 5

    Thanks so much for your lovely comment on “The Dolphins”!

  • @vegansongs  Feb 2

    Hey! Thanks for listening and leaving the comment on my skirmish tune!

  • @jonmeta  Jan 17

    Yay!