Nathan Haines

Real Name:Nathan Ganyu Haines

New Zealander saxophone player, and artist.

Born: 18 January 1972 in Auckland, New Zealand.

Member of well-known jazz family (his father is bassist Kevin Haines and his brother is guitarist Joel Haines), he gathered quite a reputation in his late teens and early twenties, playing with Jazz Committee and Freebass (8), before forming his own band, who eventually became known as The Enforcers.

Signing to Huh Records, his debut solo album "Shift Left" (1995) is the biggest selling New Zealand recorded jazz album of all time, and was released globally on Verve Records.

In 1995 Haines went to NYC and then to London, where he worked as a live musician and session player. He also began DJing, along with recording drum'n'bass for the Metalheadz label, before signing to Chillifunk Records where he made two albums with producer Phil Asher before returning to New Zealand in the early 2000s.

He continues to record and perform extensively in New Zealand, Asia, and Europe. , Facebook , , Wikipedia
Aliases:Nate Juan
In Groups:Freebass (8), Sci-Clone
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