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Hawksley Workman

Canadian alternative rock performer Hawksley Workman is a solo writer/recording artist who tours with a band called The Wolves, together they are logically Hawksley Workman and The Wolves. Growing up in rural central Ontario, Hawksley (Stage Name, his real name is Ryan Corrigan) released a demo album called Before We Were Security Guards before releasing his debut "For Him and the Girls" in 1999 on his own label, Isadora Records. He produces all of his music himself in his home studio in an old schoolhouse among other studios. Albums thus far in order are.

1998* Indie- Before W ...read more

Canadian alternative rock performer Hawksley Workman is a solo writer/recording artist who tours with a band called The Wolves, together they are logically Hawksley Workman and The Wolves. Growing up in rural central Ontario, Hawksley (Stage Name, his real name is Ryan Corrigan) released a demo album called Before We Were Security Guards before releasing his debut "For Him and the Girls" in 1999 on his own label, Isadora Records. He produces all of his music himself in his home studio in an old schoolhouse among other studios. Albums thus far in order are.

1998* Indie- Before We Were Security Guards (Released in '04. 2000 For him and The girl. 2001 (Last Night We Were) The Delicious Wolve. 2002 Almost a Full Moon *Re-release in later '0. 2003 Lover/Fighte. 2006 Treeful of Starlin. 2008 Between The Beautiful. 2008 Los Manlicious (UK, Canada and online release.

Hawksley Workman's music is diverse, with significant changes in style from album to album as well as from song to song. Although there are surely countless influences for his music, there is hardly any one band that can be pinpointed to as "the same," and certainly if one song is boxed in this way, the rest of the tracks on that albums are going to be different. Hawksley Workman's style ranges from grungy pop rock on "Lovers/Fighters" to quiet, sing-song acoustic melodies and tragically era-relevant lyrics on the bittersweet "Treeful of Starling", and everything in between from sexy jazz rock and alternative folk on 'Delicious Wolves' to the showtune-esque 'Paper Shoes' from 'Him and The Girls'. Hawksley will keep you guessing on every new release, but he'll always leave you coming back for more. « hide


Between the Beautifuls
2007

3.2
8 Votes
Treeful of Starling
2006

3.9
9 Votes
Lover/Fighter
2003

3.7
15 Votes
(Last Night We Were) The Delicious Wolves
2001

3.7
5 Votes
For Him And The Girls
1999

4.2
5 Votes

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