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The lovely Red Brick Cafe is warm and inviting - a perfect place to spend a chilly autumn evening. Grab a friend & a latte and enjoy a 2 hour mix of originals and covers from Hamilton based husband/wife duo "Azalea". It's a free show but tips are appreciated. Sign up to our list to stay in the loop - http://eepurl.com/m_pnj Don't forget to like our page www.facebook.com/azaleamusic.net Visit our website too: www.AzaleaMusic.net
Welcome back McMaster Students! We are happy to entertain this coming Wednesday at the Snooty Fox. Enjoy a pint and some and your favorite tunes from the 90's to today. The Snooty is open for quite a few hours before we start - we go on at 10.
We are happy to be back at the Tom Thomson Arts Festival for 2013. More details coming soon!
We love the Yellow Cup and are happy to be back! Come enjoy some "Coffee & Kisses EP" songs, some new originals and a few covers over a lovely Yellow Cup beverage and sandwich!
Sounds Like: The Civil Wars, The Swell Season Official, Aimee Mann, Ryan Adams
Bio: Getting to know Azalea’s music is getting to know Benjamin & Mia Hackett, the husband & wife duo from Hamilton, Ontario. The way their voices blend together in song is a beautiful picture of how they come together in life. Before meeting one another, Benjamin & Mia worked hard at their craft but ...See Full Bio
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“Azalea in Music Now Magazine... What sets your music apart from others in your genre? What makes us different is that we don't always fit right into our particular genre. We often sit on the outskirts of that genre and manoeuvre our way to sound that feels right to us for each given song. That leads to another point. Each new song we write seems to have a pretty different feel than the last but all the while they still sound like us. This creates an interesting atmosphere when playing our album or attending a live show. We may move from an upbeat, poppy tune to a more solemn country influenced ballad, while keeping our identity and integrity. We push boundaries without completely breaking the mold. ”