SP Music Management act as agent for Hazell Dean.

Hazell established a formidable reputation as “Queen of the British Clubs” scoring a succession of massive club and dance hits which crossed successfully into the mainstream charts during the 1980’s.

Although Hazell did not have her first hit until 1984, she had already paid her dues and demands as a singer, writer and performer-her professional singing career started back in the 70’s.

Hazell recorded several singles on Decca Records during this period – these singles were hugely popular on the Northern Soul Scene. Hazell developed her stage confidence with many tours and live appearances, working with some of the biggest names in entertainment and appearing at the London Palladium, The Royal Albert Hall and most of the other notorious 1970 cabaret venues.

Hazell developed her singing style by performing pop and soul numbers – gaining confidence after hearing her voice recorded and well produced. She eventually started veering towards dance music, marking a new stage in her career.

In February 1984 she had her first chart entry with double A-side Evergreen” / ”Jealous Love ,which made the UK Top 75, two months later Hazell was back in the pop charts with her electrifying recording of “Searchin” (I Gotta Find A man) (proto records)which sailed in at number 6 and remained in the top 75 for 15 weeks.

Hazell was one of the first artists to work with the top writing and production team of Stock/Aitken/Waterman (who subsequently had over a hundred Top 40 hits) and her recording of What Ever I Do ( Wherever I Go) Provided them with their first all important Top 10 Hit.

Between then and the end of the 80’s Hazell became a chart regular thanks to singles such as

What Ever I Do (#4)

Back In My Arms (#41)

No Fool For Love (#41)

They Say It’s Gonna Rain (#58)

Who’s Leaving Who (#4)

Maybe (#15)

Turn It Into Love (#21)

Love Pains (#48)

Unlike many of Stock/Aitken/Waterman stable at that time – Hazell Dean achieved massive worldwide success, having chart hits across Europe, South Africa, Australia and the Far East.

However, much of Hazell’s success was achieved in America. With Searchin’ topping the Dance Charts for consecutive 5 weeks, Love Pains was voted best HI NRG remix ’89 and Better Off Without You best commercial 12″ single 1991.

Along with being voted best female performer in the prestigious Club Mirror Awards and best live performer three times by the Federation of American Dance Club.

The single They Say It’s Gonna Rain became a Miami Anthem and proved to be a massively successful with the Florida dance radio stations. It remains a firm favourite in South Africa as uniquely features a Zulu rain chant.

Since 1991 Hazell has worked on both production and song writing with credits including-

Bad Boys Inc (A and M Records)

Upside Down (World Records)

Gemini (EMI Records)

All collaborated with Ian Levine.

Other covers include

Joli Otis (Avex-Japan)

The Nolan’s (Avex-Japan)

France Joil (USA)

Patricia Paay (Holland)

Kim Weston -Mary Johnson-Miguel Brown-Dollar-Rose Marie and boy band Men 2 B (President Records)

A Duet of Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves with America Diva Marina on (MRK Records)

Hazell had also been recording her own songs which featured on her hits album Heart First (Proto Records) and Always (EMI Records)

In December 2012 Hazell appeared as part of the PWL line up at The O2 Arena London for “The Hit Factory Live”, an experience she counts as one of the best in her career.

Her Greatest Hits proved to be one of the best sellers in the EMI Gold collection. She has also had two further releases of the back catalogue with Cherry Pop, who re-released both “Heart First” and “Always”, alongside Evergreen a definitive collection of Hazells hits.

Cherry Pop have also released for December 2013, a CD much in demand from her fans.

A previously unreleased CD version of a 1970’s album of Bacharach & David songs followed, again proving popular with her dedicated fanbase.

Hazell continues to record, and released an album titled In The Name Of… With Energise Records in 2013.

The collaboration with Hazell, Pete Ware, Energise and Dutch remixer, Matt Pop has given a new lease of life to some of Hazells personal favourite tracks, and once again proved to be a firm favourite with the fans.

Starting with a cover of the Sharon Redd Classic In The Name of Love followed closely by Shattered Glass Hazells singles on Energise prove her spectacular vocals are a much i demand as ever.

A cover of Dame Shirley Basseys This Is My Life became a Pride anthem, with the Pat Benetar “We Belong” taking everyone by surprise in its popularity.

August 2014 saw the release of a truly classic Dusty Springfield track “I Close My Eyes And Count To Ten” which once again gives the fans what they want – Miss Deans soaring vocals. The track went straight into the EURO-HiNRG Club Pop Dance Top 50 Singles and No 1 and which stayed in the No 1 position for two months in a row, which has not happened in many years for any release!

February 2015 saw another single on Energise, “24 Hours” a Hi-NRG/Dance version of the Gene Pitney (and Dusty Springfield!) classic “24 Hours from Tulsa”, which went immediately into the Euro HiNRG chart.

Hazells album release  (June 2015) NIGHTLIFE is a fantastic mixture of covers and original songs written/co-written by the Diva herself (with one song written by a music graduate of Bath University – Hazells nephew, Josh Read). Dean & Ware are particularly proud of this body of work. It is already being hailed as her best studio album to date!

EVERGREEN/JUDGEMENT DAY” was released on Energise Records, July 2016.

Featuring a special Tribute Mix dedicated to Hazells late mother, plus a stomping club remix by Matt Pop. This EP also features and extended mix of “JUDGEMENT DAY” taken from “NIGHTLIFE” and written by Hazell.

December 2016 saw the release of a festive Hazell Dean EP: “HAPPY NEW YEAR & THE WAY OLD FRIENDS DO”.

This was the first single from Hazells third album with Energise records. “RE:VISITED”

“RE:VISITED” was released in February 2017 and quickly became the fastest and biggest selling album from Energise Records, beating “NIGHTLIFE” into 2nd position.

Due to demand for longer re-mixes “RE:EXTENDED” was released in May 2017, and was followed in March 2018 with a Four Disc Box Set “HAZELL DEAN – COLLECTED” a collection of tracks and remixes from the albums “In the Name of” and firm fan favourite “NIGHTLIFE”. Hazell is recording when her schedule allows and has plans to end the year with an EP for late 2018.

The Queen of HiNRG reigns supreme.

Hazell continues to perform live around the world (South Africa, Japan, and back to South Africa for REWIND in February 2015) and took part in Pete Waterman’s “Life in Song” at The Royal Festival Hall, London on 29th July 2015. A celebration of the musical history of The Hitman himself.

Hazell joined REWIND The 80s Festival – the world’s biggest 80s music festival, appearing at the three UK festivals during July and August 2016.

On the 20th March 2017 Hazell joined her 80’s peers in support of Comic Relief, and performed a classic Dean & Ware version of “Searchin‘” live on Radio 2 “Hits of The 80’s” hosted by Radio 1’s Scott Mills to give encouragement to Sara Cox during her epic 24 hour Dance-a-thon, which raised over £ ONE MILLION for charities in the UK and abroad.

Hazell is delighted to be joining “Lets Rock – The RETRO Festival” in 2018, as part of the line-up for The Retrobates Party Live.

And of course Hazells popularity on the global gay scene remains undiminished.

Hazell has over the last 30 years appeared at, and continues continues to perform at Gay Pride celebrations all over the world.

This is why Hazell Dean remains an iconic Disco Diva.
Queen of Hi NRG. Empress of Eurobeat.
Duchess of the Dancefloor.
Long may she reign!!