|Media and booking contact
Call 828-707-0564 or email us today. Mailing address: Eve Haslam, PO Box 7282, Asheville, NC 28802.
Debut album release
Eve Haslam's debut album, A Thousand Years Ago
, will be officially released on April 1, 2013. This album, available on CD (preorder online now
) and MP3 (download now
), features several favorite bossa novas and ballads with a special introduction to original compositions by her dad, Herb Haslam
Press copies of the album are available upon request by calling 828-707-0564, or email
Satin Steel Jazz musicians
Matt Getman, Eve Haslam, Mike Holstein & Brian Felix
Satin Steel Jazz performs to suit your initmate event from a duo to a sextet with Eve Haslam's vocals backed by string bass, flute, trumpet, saxophone, piano, percussion and/or guitar, showcasing the classics in jazz swing and Bossa Nova. Not uniformed by members, Satin Steel Jazz is a collaboration of the finest musicians throughout North Carolina.
Some of the musicians performing with Satin Steel include:
Michael Jefry Stevens
Vibes & Percussion
Flute & Saxaphone
Studio and production
Bruce Lang at Big Creek Recording
Stephen Smith at SOUNDSMITHS
Videography, Photography, and Media Design
Frank Zipperer Photography
Beau Monde' Salon & Spa
Brian Felix, Eve Haslam, & Bruce Lang
|Eve Haslam press photos and bio
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New York born and bred, Eve Haslam is the visionary for the newly launched Satin Steel Jazz Ensemble out of Asheville, North Carolina.
From early childhood, Eve was the vocalist for her Juilliard-grad composer dad, Herb Haslam. In the fifth grade they co-composed a four-part piece for the school chorus, performed at graduation. By senior high she was exempt from her music studies and was selected with five other members for the first a capella group of her county called "The Minstrels."
Later she studied under the late Europe-reknowned opera coach, James Partridge.
Today, her vocal styles are influenced by Sarah Vaughan, Diane Schuur, Anita O'Day, Elis Regina, Gal Costa, Nancy Wilson, and Keely Smith.
"Some of my favorite Brazilian singers have a natural muted tone and sing songs that tell a raw story relevant to a day in the life or a relationship. This is hard to mimic and does no justice to a Jobim composition without capturing this flavor."
Her vision for Satin Steel started in 2008 with the desire to capture organic sounds of an all-acoustic group. "I came up with the name with some girlfriends over dinner, and every name would sound like Sweet Basil, we couldn't stop including food in the title," says Eve. "After calling my dad with each one, he finally said, 'Keep it out of the kitchen!' That's when we came up with Satin Steel, which captures my hard and soft edges. It was a fun night."
Eve resides just outside of Asheville with her three loving AND well behaved dogs: Kaya, Sampson and Shannon. Along with her music career, she's a published writer and a self-made business consultant for small business owners. Her consulting business is Giving Voice Network.