Discover New Music is a music discovery service that gives you personalised recommendations based on the music you play.

Start your profile Close window

Daizy Agnew



Listen to, buy or share


  • 1,051
  • 7
Not many people have scrobbled Daizy Agnew recently.
Learn more about scrobbling



Daizy was born at her family home on the Autumn Equinox, (September 21st) at the time the garden was full of Marguerites, which is a type of daisy, hence her name. In her stage appearances she will almost always be seen wearing a daisy, either as a hair accessory, or as a piece of jewellery.

Her passion for singing developed quite early and she was encouraged by mum Jenny and dad Richard. At age 9yrs she was fortunate enough to experience life on a university campus (while her mum was studying) where she made friends with other children from many different cultures and backgrounds, developing a love of world music.

Daizy sang her first solo as Mary in a ‘Rock Nativity’ at school aged 10yrs. She did not attend stage school, as family funds were limited. This did not curb her enthusiasm however, and she spent hours practicing her vocals alone in her room.

This paid off and she was invited to record her first album aged 14yrs, whilst this was not a commercial venture it provided her with valuable experience! There followed a series of talent competitions which she invariably won. The most prestigious of these was The Chicago Rock Idol 2004 organized by a major chain of night clubs. At this point she was singing Mariah Carey and Christina Aguilera covers.

Daizy was voted winner of the original Hugo Urban Rules in 2006, and appeared on MTV with US soul legend Jo, UK rapper Sway, and Terri Walker. She went on to record with Colin Emmanual (aka ‘C’ Swing) and Sammy Jay with whom she co-wrote ‘Outta Here’ and Gerard Logan (aka SoundBwoy) writing ‘Insecurities’. She also worked both singing and writing with The 411’s Tisha Martin and Tanya Bonyface.

Listening Trend

7listeners all time
1,051scrobbles all time
Recent listeners trend:

Start scrobbling and track your listening history users scrobble the music they play in iTunes, Spotify, Rdio and over 200 other music players.

Create a profile


Leave a comment. Log in to or sign up.