Hazell Dean’s Hi-NRG Hits Turn Activism into Love
Hazell Dean rose to Hi-NRG fame across the UK at the dawn of the global HIV/AIDS crisis in the 1980s, embraced by loyal LGBTQ fans as a dance-pop queen whose hits fueled nightclub beats and her personal advocacy for people living with HIV/AIDS and the transgender community. In our special World AIDS Day episode, Hazell speaks with host Ben Plumley about her career, the re-release of her greatest hits, and her love for the queer community.
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