Hazel Miller in the Press

Best bets in Loveland
Reporter Herald in Loveland, Staff music writer, April 4, 2013
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Hazel mIller returns to Rialto with a new mix of music
Reporter-Herald Loveland, Courtney Holden, March 29, 2013
Hazel Miller returns to the Rialto with a new mix of music  [More...]
Singer Hazel Miller Brings Soul to Denver
Denver Post, William Porter, December 26, 2012
At 59, Hazel Miller is the doyenne of the Denver music scene.  [More...]
KATRINA, KATRINA
examiner.com, Aleta Randall, April 27, 2012
New Orleans is an old southern port city. Mysterious, charming, and rich in cultural heritage, it sits pretty on Lake Pontchartrain. It has inspired some of the most soulful and rabblerousing music to come out of the US.  [More...]
Leader of the Pack
Colorado Music Buzz, Torch, May 1, 2011
Band Together?Band Together Members (A-H)  [More...]
It's Hazel Miller's time
Denver Post, Elana Ashanti Jefferson, August 14, 2005
Dusk cooled the Lowry Town Center plaza recently as the Hazel Miller Band set up between Qdoba Mexican Grill, Salty Rita's and Serioz.  [More...]
Louisville ranks No. 5 on list of top places to live in U.S.
Rocky Mountain News, John C. Ensslin, July 12, 2005
Here's a quick multiple-choice question: Louisville is the kind of place where:  [More...]
Hazel Miller Band in Grand Junction
Grand Junction Free Press, Shaon Sullivan, October 20, 2004
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Hooray for Hazel! She Wins the All In Celebrity Poker Tournament.
Blacktie-Colorado, October 1, 2004
Texas Hold ‘em Poker is red hot. Denver’s version of Celebrity Poker came to life on Tuesday, September 28. This gala event was sponsored by Blacktie-Colorado and the new, Make the Difference Network (mtdn.com).  [More...]
Dahlia: United in building hope
Rocky Mountain News, Dahlia Weinstein, July 5, 2004
The spirit of volunteerism and philanthropy is alive and well in Denver, and its most ardent advocates were honored at a recent dinner for Mile High United Way's Alexis de Tocqueville Society business and civic leaders, who donate $10,000 or more annually to the United Way.  [More...]
Women's History Month
Louisville Entertainment Magazine, March 28, 2003
In honor of Women's History Month, this is the final installment of a 4-part series on the contributions of women who helped put Louisville on the national (and international!) music map. This week, the powerful voice of civic pride herself, Hazel Miller.  [More...]
Best Performance by a Denverite in The Vagina Monologues
Westword, Staff, April 4, 2002
Many tried, but after several area runs of The Vagina Monologues, it was local chanteuse Hazel Miller who really shone among the guest actors participating in touring versions of the acclaimed show. Monologues typically pairs local female celebrities -- swimmer Amy Van Dyken and radio DJ Nina Blackwood are examples -- with professional actors to perform the various readings, which range from moving to funny to serious. Miller's eight standing-room-only performances at the Boulder Theater raised the roof, though, so much so that she was asked to return to the role when the show comes back in August 2002. And that's something we can all shout about.  [More...]