Danielle Car

Danielle Car

BandCountryBlues

Rip roarin', honky tonkin', gut bustin', Deeeeetroit country. A perfect recipe for Motor City blues country: raw vocals, guitar, banjo, fiddle, and high octane energy to burn...Danielle Car. Dani's a musical hurricane ready to take any crowd by storm with her talent and stage presence.

Biography

Born and raised Detroit, Danielle Car's the real deal. Growing up the daughter of a proud, blue-collar Italian family has helped shape Dani's sound and style. A little bluesy, a lot rock and roll, and ALWAYS honest country. Always taught to rise to her fullest potential, she writes all her own tunes and has plays the guitar, fiddle, and banjo to give fans quite a show, indeed. She's opened for national acts such as Tracy Lawrence, Trent Tomlinson, and Steve Holy among others. Among her greatest Nashville accomplishments are singing onstage at the Grand Ole Opry and showin' off the pipes at the Nashville Palace. Her high energy stage show has kept her fans close and new ones eager for more. Charismatic front woman of the band Derringer for 4 years at the world famous Diamondback Saloon helped develop her chops and now she's out on her own kickin' it into high gear.

Objective? World domination, Baby! Personal philosophy?
Play hard or don't play at all. Danielle's debut EP will drop later this Spring.

Discography

Debut EP drops later this Spring

Set List

Sets can range from 30-75+ minutes. Originals include rockabilly, rock 'n roll, and blues...very few ballads... energy is a given. Covers may include: Folsom Prison Blues (J. Cash), Love hurts (Nazareth), Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin' (Journey), Paradise City (GnR), What I like About You (T. Yearwood), Son of a Preacher Man (D. Springfield), Down in Mississippi (Sugarland) Originals include: Walk of Shame (D. Car), Pretty Please (D.Car), Drive My Car (D. Car), Hazard to my Health (D. Car), My Biggest Mistake (D. Car), Little Dress (D. Car), Motor City (D. Car) Covers are just a taste to give an overall feel for the type of music played. Style of originals comparable.