Oliver Haze

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Oliver Haze (born c. 1971) is a Montreal-based Canadian composer-songwriter and performer, having shared the stage with the likes of Nelly Furtado, David Usher, The Tea Party, Big Sugar and many more.[1] His hit single, "Holy Water" reached number one on the BDS charts in Quebec.[2] He also made a cover of Duran Duran's "Save a Prayer", another song from his debut album Wandering Trip (2001).[3][4] Collaborators on his album included producers John Webster (who has worked with Aerosmith and Tom Cochrane), Terry Brown (Rush), and Al Sutton (Kid Rock).[5]

His second album, Innerview, was released in 2005.

Charted songs in Canada[6]
  • "My World Is you" (2000) reached No. 15, 11 weeks in the charts
  • "Holy Water" (2001) reached No. 2, 15 weeks in the charts
  • "Save a Prayer" (2001) reached No. 14, 12 weeks in the charts

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ Drouin (11 March 2010); Réseau Centre (2009); Ventura (23 October 2002)
  2. ^ Clayton, Corey (May 13, 2001). "The record changer", Sunday News, p. D1.
  3. ^ MuchMusic (30 June 2001)
  4. ^ Ventura (23 October 2002)
  5. ^ Zivitz, Jordan (April 5, 2001). "Out of the fog comes Oliver Haze: Montreal rocker earns heavy airplay with debut album's power chords and cascading vocals", The Gazette, p. D14.
  6. ^ Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec