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The Hazi Bros. were born in Beautiful Ladies' Valley on river Szilva. While their fathers worked like slaves in the nearby palinka mines, their mothers wanted a better life for their children and taught them instruments and how to sing. The family travelled a lot from mine to mine and soon the brothers were playing music for their fathers' and their colleagues' parties. Word about the band spread and songs like .."The Spirit of a Perfect Hobo Life".., .."Last Available Angel".. and .."Mariah".. were echoing throughout the vast Slivovitz Mountains. The brothers mounted the "Culture To The People" campaign and brought it as far as to Beer Lake City, also known as Berlin. Three collections of their songs are published and availablefor download on www.culture-to-the-people.com:
CULTURE TO THE PEOPLE! (2008)
THE PLUM HARVEST WAS BAD LAST YEAR (2010)
KANT STUDIES (2014)
All available from www.culture-to-the-people.com
We are heavily influenced by the weather. And health: when Howie's damaged finger bleeded all over his guitar there had been a lot more suffering in his voice, people said. In general it's not easy for deaf musicians to name influences. Earthquakes, maybe.