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Myles Hayes

Air Date: 10-02-14

Originally from Mequon, Wisconsin, Myles Hayes studied vocal performance at Texas Christian University . Beginning his career performing in venues throughout the Midwest, Myles focused on such influences as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darren, Tony Bennett and Nat King Cole.

He recorded his first album entitled “Empty Tables” in 2005 and his second album entitled “Night & Day” in 2007, both by Jordan Richardson, Grammy Award Winning Producer, at Fort Worth Sound. Most recently Myles has been selected as one of the international music artists for the Voxivox.com global music initiative, appeared on National & International Television in commercial advertisments for companies such as Mistubishi & BNI Bank, and is releasing his latest studio album, You Were Mine, featuring both jazz standards and new originals destined to become classics, coming Summer 2014.

Now based in Chicago, for the past five years he has performed professionally in dozens of venues not only throughout the city, but also across the country. He can be found singing weekly at The Ritz Carlton Chicago, The Chicago Firehouse on Michigan Avenue , and Pete Miller’s of Evanston. He performs regularly at The Horseshoe Casino, at Blu atop The Pfister Hotel of Milwaukee, and he is also regularly featured as the pre-game entertainment, or performing the National Anthem, for the Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago Bulls, White Sox and Cubs.

Myles regularly provides entertainment for private and corporate events, often working side by side with many incredible musicians and entertainers from around the world. Myles has also been seen performing live on TMJ4's Milwaukee's 'The Morning Blend'.

As a musician constantly striving to perform at his best, he "...really blows the audience away" -Broadwayworld.com.His enthusiastic stage presence and his care-free charisma personify the legacy of his jazz predecessors. Whereever you may find him, Myles Hayes “brings new life to the standards of the Sinatra and Nat King Cole era by invoking his own unique style representative of a new generation of progressive jazz” -Fort Worth Star Telegram

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