Lynn Hazelton

Take a swig of country, dash of folk, mix it with essence of pop and you get Lynn Hazelton.

Lynn Hazelton: Melita Station

About the Haze

"4 songs nominations in the top 30 for the 2015 Australian Songwriters Association. Woo Hoo!"
~ Lynn Hazelton

"Hazelton's outback splendour to may be likened to Paul Kelly's suburban culture"
~ Fremantle Arts Review

Red road chronicles


Land, Love & Life

Catching tunes and throwing a line for tales of Land, Love and Life is Lynn Hazelton's stock in trade. Sipping on Slim and Smokey D, she raises the glass to Maybelle, Joy and Judith, chills with Loretta and Lucinda, gets drunk on Gillian and then has a few things to sing of her own.

9 commissions, 7 awards and 5 albums later, she returns to feed the muse while living on the edge of the western desert.

From an outback station to the national festival circuit with trail blazing acapella act and album Hammer and Tongues in the 80’s, Lynn went solo with her first charting folk pop album Living Water with David Hyams in the late 90’s.

This was followed by her lyrical folk country collection The Listening Skin, with Pete Grandison of Shanghai Twang Studios in 2000 and awesome Aboriginal songstars Lorrae Coffin and Kerrianne Cox.

Lynn played her way to the international stage with an invite to Edinburgh Festival scoring ‘4 Stars in the Scotsman’ with brilliant guitar duo Desert Child.

She produces and co-writes with upcoming artists like the inimitable Peter Brandy and grows community music whenever and wherever she can.

Haze is now happy to be back in the studio at Tjuma Pulka making a new album with the wonderful alt country music legend, Bill Chambers.

The Highlights (so far!)

Trail blazing acapella act and album Hammer and Tongues
~ the 80's
The album "Living Water" with David Hyams
~ the 90's
"The Listening Skin", with Pete Grandison
~ the 00's
Edinburgh Festival scoring "4 Stars in the Scotsman" with Desert Child
~ the 10's
Top 5 Finalist in the AIMAs
~ 2014
WAMI Country Song of the Year 2016
~ Now!