Signing Off With Hawksley
Featuring Hawksley Workman
Singer-Songwriter, Author, Student of the Human Psyche
December 10, 2016
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Hawksley Workman is a Canadian rock singer-songwriter known for his cabaret pop and glam rock. Over his career, he’s released eleven full-length albums. He is a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, drums, bass, keyboards and singing on his records and often switching between those instruments when playing live. He usually writes, records, masters and releases entire albums in the span of a few weeks. His music has been featured on the television shows Scrubs, Being Human, Falcon Beach, Queer as Folk and Whistler. He produces and engineers much of his own recording, and has produced albums for other artists as well.
Enjoy Hawksley’s Smoke Baby below.
Hawksley is the son of a percussionist.
He has released a book entitled Almost A Full Moon. It’s been described as “a whimsical retelling of his song Let’s Make Soup about a young boy’s nostalgic cooking adventure with his grandmother in a cozy cabin in the woods.”
He was born in Huntsville in the Muskoka region of Ontario.
London’s Time Out magazine called his “quite possibly the coolest thing to come out of Canada”.
He’s played nearly a thousand shows in over 15 countries.