- Brad Paisley
- The Beatles
- Keith Urban
- Blue Rodeo
- Joe Bonamassa
Hayden Nolan Rabinovitch
Spending only a mere 2 and a half months in the 90's, Hayden is an old-soul guitarist, singer and songwriter.
Raised on old-school rock n roll, Hayden developed an interest for music at a very young age. By age five, he could already be found fiddling with his violin, microphone and tape cassettes; tangled in a mess of cables whilst trying to amplify his tiny violin.
Eventually picking up the piano, it all culminated to falling in love with the guitar; an instrument he could amplify easily, at age 8 with the discovery of The Beatles.
Hayden got his start to songwriting while on family vacations where he and his long-distant cousin would force themselves to write 1-2 songs per trip.
He found his love for lead guitar by watching the likes of blues masters Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Bonamassa and BB King and learning their licks and techniques.
Eventually forming The Record Breakers, along side his new friends, Hayden got his first real glimpse into country music watching legendary Canadian band Blue Rodeo perform at an outdoor event in 2015. After stumbling upon Brad Paisley's live segment of his "Hits Alive" album, the absolute love for country music was established.
Now studying music in college, his songwriting abilities continue to impress and his vocal chops, inspired by the likes of Keith Urban and Vince Gill, cary his songs night after night alongside his twangy telecaster-driven guitar lines.