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The Hazzards

The Hazzards

The Hazzards


The Hazzards, formerly known as The Ukes of Hazzard, is the ukulele band behind the cult hit "Gay Boyfriend". Founded by Sydney Maresca & Anne Harris after they met at a party in 2000, and originally known as "The Ukes of Hazzard", The Hazzards started out as a ukulele/Casio SK-1/glockenspiel/tambourine duo. In 2005 three musicians joined the band, so now it consists of Sydney Maresca, Anne Harris, Will Carlough (drums), Andrew Dickerson (bass) and Paul Thureen (harp). Read more on Last.fm
The Hazzards, formerly known as The Ukes of Hazzard, is the ukulele band behind the cult hit "Gay Boyfriend". Founded by Sydney Maresca & Anne Harris after they met at a party in 2000, and originally known as "The Ukes of Hazzard", The Hazzards started out as a ukulele/Casio SK-1/glockenspiel/tambourine duo. In 2005 three musicians joined the band, so now it consists of Sydney Maresca, Anne Harris, Will Carlough (drums), Andrew Dickerson (bass) and Paul Thureen (harp). The band's biggest hit, "Gay Boyfriend", was a somewhat unconventional novelty music video, created for a small internet site, which gained international airplay on MTV and most other music networks, especially in the United Kingdom. It became an internet cult hit with over two million downloads. In November 2003, the europop-remix debuted at #67 on the UK singles charts, but left after a week. The Hazzards also appeared on an episode of the U.S. show "Rad Girls" on fuse.

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