Singer / songwriter Rex Haberman has been writing and singing rock
songs since he was 13 in Hastings, Nebraska. Mixing rock with incendiary
traces of folk, country, pop and R&B, Rex explores a variety
of subjects and spiraling emotions and heartfelt sentiments, including
the pains and comforts of romance and the celebrations of fantasy,
weaving his clever melodies into a richly patterned sound that is
all his own.
This Renaissance man meshes his songwriting influences well. Rex
grew up listening to such masters as The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Woody
Guthrie and others with expansive tastes in players ranging from
Dave Mason and Tom Petty to Jean Luc Ponty and southern rockers
Molly Hatchet and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Some of these shine through on
Rex’s CD’s including his 2001 debut disc Hiding Inside
or the 2003 album Monte Rio – and continued in 2005’s
eagerly awaited album simply entitled ‘Neale & Haberman’,
a collaboration with long time musical sidekick Dan Neale.