In 2013, the artistry of Chris Haze was heralded by Hot Press Magazine as “Hot For 2014’ and nominated Chris to win their “readers award” for ‘Most Promising Artist that year ! How could this happen when just four years earlier, Chris had never so much as “touched” a guitar, let alone, compose, play, sing or perform the music and songs he had written in front of thousands of strangers.
Over the past few years, Chris has performed with a number of major names in the music industry. He has opened for such diverse International artists as Coolio and Sheppard, and toured all around Ireland with the Irish group , The Original Rudeboys, ending in December 2013, where Chris opened their sold out shows at The Olympia Theatre and The Academy Dublin earning himself thousands of new fans.
Following this unexpected success, Chris followed with the release of his first EP titled ‘Thoughts To Words’. The EP is featured “Don’t Wanna Fall Asleep” plus 2 other brand new tracks.
In 2015, Chris released “Let Us Be Heroes”, which created a substantial industry “Buzz”, which he followed with the release of a video on the song, again earning even more radio play in Ireland which spread to the UK as well !
His single, “I’ll Run” earned much airplay and acclaim on both Irish and British radio, from 2FM in Ireland to BBC Radio & Radio X in the U.K. The single debuted at #9 on the Irish Singer Songwriter chart on iTunes reaching as high as the Top 3. The Official music video also received similar acclaim and accolades.
Haze hit 2017 with a bang announcing the signing of his International deal with Peer Music Publishing in Nashville. And releasing a chart topping EP called “We Are One” featuring previously released singles “Let Us Be Heroes” & “I'll Run” along with 3 brand new songs. We Are One" EP secured Haze his first Number 1 release on the Irish Singer-Songwriter Chart across multiple music platforms like iTunes & Google Play. After the first week “We Are One” EP went on to secure Haze #2 on the Independent Irish album chart right behind Adele and #31 on the Official Irish Album Charts. Reaching a peak position of #4 on the official charts.
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