The Flowerpot, Derby.
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Riding high on the European blues scene for over 15 years, Danny Bryant has carved a name for himself the old-fashioned way having played over 2,000 club and festival shows to his many fans around the world. Hailed as a ‘National Blues Treasure’ (Bernard Doherty, Planet Rock Radio), Danny is acknowledged by those in the business as one of the ‘cream of the crop’.
Following many sold out club tours across Europe and numerous major festival appearances that have seen the band perform on the same bill as such names as Joe Cocker, Carlos Santana, Buddy Guy and Peter Green to mention a few; Danny and his band have steadily carved a huge and loyal fan base around the world.
Danny headed back into the studio in 2017 to record his most personal album yet. His fourth studio album to be produced by Richard Hammerton, ‘Revelation’, was released on 20th April 2018. “When I began writing this album, I knew that it was going to be one of the toughest challenges of my career,” says Danny. “It wasn’t lack of material, it wasn’t a lack of desire, but I realised from the beginning that, if this record was to achieve the things I wanted it to say, I would have to go deep inside of myself with these songs and confront memories and emotions I didn’t really want to face.”
‘Revelation’ has been described as, “the best album of his career” (Classic Rock Magazine) and is being hailed as the Blues Rock album of 2018.
The 2018 ‘Revelation Tour’ started with a run of 50 shows across Europe in April, May & June, and will continue throughout the year with club shows and festival appearances. Danny met with Jazzhaus Records on Monday 9th July, and was thrilled to hear that Revelation is his best and fastest selling album to date. Danny has since signed a brand new deal with the German Record label and is looking forward to planning new and exciting projects.
“What sets him apart is his passion and feeling. Danny’s playing grabs you with its intensity and urgency.” – Walter Trout
“A fantastic guitar player… able to take a Fender Stratocaster and really make it sing…” – Joe Bonamassa
“A British Blues Legend.” “One of those amazing British talents. The boy can play guitar…” – Bernard Doherty, Planet Rock