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Hawksley Workman released his first album in 1999 on his own label, Isadora Records and through Loose Music in Europe.
This album, titled, For Him and the Girls, earned him comparisons to the likes of Tom Waits, Workman has been known for his unusual and creative promotional materials as well as his music.
I'm still in a honeymoon with the record ..." His music has been featured on the television shows Scrubs, Being Human, Falcon Beach, Queer as Folk and Whistler.
Workman produces and engineers much of his own recording, and has produced albums for other artists as well.
In fact, Hawksley Workman’s comfort zone is probably not all the comforting to most: it’s left of left field and nowhere near the beaten path.
The Aeolian presents Hawksley Workman and special guest Donovan Woods. After over a decade in the business, this hyper-prolific, perpetually restless creative force continues to push the boundaries of experience and the heights of his successes well outside the comfort zone.
The album, titled (Last Night We Were) The Delicious Wolves, became Workman's breakthrough record both in Canada and Europe, spawning the singles "Striptease" and "Jealous of Your Cigarette".
His record company press kit for The Delicious Wolves included such fanciful biographical details as sailing through the air on a kite, and learning music while working as a janitor at a tap dance academy.
In addition, Workman has taken supporting roles as an actor in Michael Mc Gowan's films Score: A Hockey Musical and Still Mine.
In 2013 Workman formed a band, Mounties, with Ryan Dahle (Limblifter) and Steve Bays (Hot Hot Heat).
Live in Lille, released in 2004, is a DVD of a live performance performed in Lille, France that showcases his live musicianship.