Win SIGNED Hazell Dean CDs ... TODAY!
Hazell Dean is a UK dance-pop singer-songwriter, and producer well known for her husky alto voice timbre, and her hit songs, "Whatever I Do (Wherever I Go)", "Who's Leaving Who?", "Searchin' (I Got To Find a Man)", "Maybe (We Should Call It A Day)" and "Turn It Into Love".
She participated twice in BBC TV's A Song for Europe contest. In 1976 she took eighth place with the cabaret ballad, "I Couldn't Live Without You For A Day", written by contest veteran Paul Curtis. 1984 saw Dean finish in seventh place, with another dramatic ballad, "Stay In My Life", that she wrote herself. She also provided backing vocals for Samantha Janus in 1991's Eurovision Song Contest.
Dean produced and wrote songs for Bad Boys Inc Bona riah (produced "House of the Rising Sun") Miquel Brown (produced "It's a Sin") BUT 2 B (co-wrote "Love" Satisfaction ") up and down and Sandra Feva.
Still releasing albums, still playing live, still producing for other artists, if you would like to win a SIGNED CD, and you think you know all there is to know about this lovely lady, just answer this easy question: Hazell Dean left EMI and signed with Lisson Records, releasing two singles for the label. The first was a cover of a Yvonne Elliman song, but what was it called?!
Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these SIGNED CDs! Just send us an e:mail here before October 1st with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: HAZELL DEAN SIGNED CDs to: firstname.lastname@example.org