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The Angie Haze Project


April 7th-The Angie Haze Project- returns to the G.A.R. Hall for an acoustic set featuring four-part harmonies.

Bells around her ankle, a handmade tambourine shoe, drums encircling her piano, a guitar, a cowbell, melodica, and a kazoo… We give you, Angie Haze. The Italian American, singer songwriter showcases herself as a one woman band: singing vocals while simultaneously playing multiple instruments. This unique act may be complemented with a caravan of energetic vaudevillians, some of Akron Ohio’s most talented musicians.

Angie Haze’s live performances never cease to amaze. Her music has influences from all over the globe. She incorporates diverse sounds and chord progressions in songs that define her not only as a musician, but an artist. Haze shares her art as a means to connect people and show the impact and necessity that music can have on the individual and humanity as a whole.

Haze has been recognized by the 2016 International Songwriting Competition as an Honorable Mention Award Winner for her song “Wave Goodbye” and as a semi-finalist for her song “Follow.”
The Angie Haze Project has also been added to both the Concerts in Your Home network and the Listening Room network.
She was the number one Regional Artist played on 91.3 WAPS for six consecutive months in 2016.

Her song, “Fireflies” won The Akademia Music Award for Best Folk / Americana Song in the August 2016 Akademia Music Awards.
Angie is currently working on a music video album entitled, “May My Stories Be Worn Like My Coats”. Each video is being released one at a time in chronological order telling her life story and showing the importance and strength of vulnerability.
Her “Bigger Picture” project, featuring the Miller South School for The Visual and Performing Arts, has been broadcast on Western Reserve PBS.
General Admission
Doors open at 7:30/ Music at 8pm
Pre-sale tickets $10/ Day of Show $14
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