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Raised in Dallas, this multi-instrumentalist grew up with the sweet sounds of Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Patsy Cline, but could not ignore his youthful penchant for rebellious indie rock, and so, for years, he has been cultivating a unique relationship between foot-stomping indie pop and heart aching poems. You should expect to hear songs that make you dance mixed with lyrics that tug on your heart. 

Danny has been writing songs since he was 12 years old, and has crafted a unique pathos to his playing style and singing voice. This red head, freckled faced young talent gives an emotional and intimate live show, telling stories through fast paced rock ‘n’ roll and slow solo performances, just he and the crowd. Danny Malone is new and different, but, as is evident throughout his music, conveys a great amount of respect for his predecessors. Through shifting genres and establishing his own unique niche in the world of music, Danny has sung songs about heartache, drinking, fighting, and the world. Few could pull off dance performances in the middle of shows and his raw honesty and humor in between songs, but Danny’s passionate stage presence is attractive and undeniable. Look to his soothing guitar, look to his eerily beautiful voice, or look to his well-defined personality; Danny Malone is an artist that everyone should watch.

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