Christian Presents, HALEY LIVE @ The Grand (KASKADE, DEADMAU5 & TIESTO SINGER)
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HALEY – LIVE!
Performing the global dance hits "Only You" (Kaskade & Tiesto ft. Haley)
"Dynasty" (Kaskade ft. Haley)
"Move For Me" (Kasakde & Deadmau5 ft. Haley)
Christian Pineiro's Official Birthday Celebration!
You might not think you know Ultra Records recording artist Haley, but you do.
The singer/songwriter is already loved by millions of dancers worldwide
as the ethereal voice of the latest hits from Kaskade and Deadmau5.
They’re also some of the most memorable dance tracks of the past year,
including UK chart topper “I Remember,” and global phenomenon, “Move For
Me.” Her first effort under her own name, “This Is How It Goes,”
debuted on Kaskade’s latest compilation “The Grand.”
crystal-clear pipes immediately conjure comparisons to some of
electronic music’s most enduring voices: Kirsty Hawkshaw, Weekend
Player’s Rachel Foster, Jes. But this 29-year-old’s roots are not in
She has been singing her entire life, in local
competitions, at school assemblies, at sporting events, she sang the
National Anthem at a Utah Jazz game when she was 14.
songwriting bug first bit in high school. “I started plucking things out
on the piano. I play by ear, so I’m not fabulous, but I wanted to play
songs that I liked; I wanted to be able to sing them. So I just figured
them out on the piano, and that led me to writing my own music.”
With influences like Tori Amos and Jewel – artists who themselves
combine disparate genres – Haley struggled to find a style of her own.
She played with a full band, formed a duo with a violin-playing friend,
and even moved to Nashville for a brief stint as a songwriter. “I
realized that I wasn’t country,” she says. “Country music is kind of
like a blatant story, more of a literal kind of writing. Electronic
music is more abstract, more to the interpretation of the listener.”
Haley was first introduced to electronic music by Kaskade, and she
found her niche. ”It fits my voice really well; better than all the
other things I tried,” she says. “I was trying to figure out, what is my
style? What feels the most comfortable for me to sing? And with
electronic I immediately felt like, this is me!”
Haley debut album, produced by Kaskade, is due out in the fall.