Daniel Parish
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Daniel Parish


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"Annette Warner comments"

WNCM 'Musician Extraordinaire' January, 2008

Daniel Parish

Staying true to one's roots is a challenge while growing in music. Daniel Parish has managed to do just that with his first publicized release. There have been many proto-types, teasers and practice runs readying his fans for the "real-deal", but is there really something special that went into his first "pro-duplicated" CD release that fans haven't heard before or already collected? Um - Yes :) Gotta get it before it becomes extinct and those labels get their hands on him. GOD TRULY FORBID he doesn't remain INDEPENDENT! - ~ Annette Warner ~ Daniel Parish ~ "Too Much" ~ Grab it at CD BABY!
- WilmingtonNCMusic.com

"@ Kefi LIVE"

"It was off the hook! We haven't had a crowd like this since Edwin McCain - Jim, Bar Manager

"The Beat Magazine"

A talented, from-the-heart approach and prolific songwriting ability as well as remarkable vocals and style have led his love for performing. Daniel maintains a strong belief that music is a business that needs proper nurturing, a professional attitude and a good knowledge base to succeed. -- May 2003 - The Beat

"The People's Civic Record"

"Daniel Parish is the real deal."--January 2004 - John Mielcarski, Music Writer

"The People's Civic Record"

"The fans of The Daniel Parish Band reflect a surprisingly broad spectrum, ranging from eighteen to forty-five and older........a generational kaleidoscope...."--March 2004 - John Mielcarski, Music Writer


"What makes great party music so popular is the laid-back, fun, no-worries vibe-which is just what The Daniel Parish Band has tapped into."--Kristi Singer, April 2004 - Wilmington Star News

"Encore Magazine"

Daniel Parish is an all-American boy, and it shows through is music. His brand of edgy Pop-rock has thrilled crowds......"-- May 2004 - John Hitt, writer


Too Much 2007



Daniel Parish entertains audiences young and old with his authentic Coastal Carolina acoustic-country-rock Americana pop music. His live performances give a feel good energy to the venues he plays. Daniel delivers the sunny warmth of the Carolina Coast to country-lovin' folks who enjoy friends, family, and relaxation.

Since his first live show at age 17, Daniel Parish has been a gem in the Wilmington, North Carolina sea of tourists, college students, and re-locators. With explosive growth in SE North Carolina it can be rare to come across someone born and raised in Wilmington. He is a true Wilmingtonian.

Daniel Parish loves Wilmington.

He says, " I have the best of my two favorite worlds. In ten minutes I can be in the ocean trying to catch a wave or a fish, as well as ten minutes away from my favorite tree stand waiting on the natural high of spotting a big buck."

He found the late 70's model Yamaha acoustic, his mom used to play, in the back of a closet when he was 13 and by age 15 he was writing and singing songs. Daniel Parish won the first song writing competition he entered sealing the deal that his God-given gifts and talents were being put to proper use. He went on to win two other songwriting competitions that same year and placed in 3 others.

His original songs about everyday people, doing everyday things, and experiencing everyday struggles are what charms his audiences. His music is winning the minds of men and the hearts of the ladies, and making kids smile.

When asked to comment on what its like to be a songwriter living in Lower Cape Fear River region he replies:

"There's just something about those star-filled nights, the roar of the ocean and that salty air that gives you that.....'everything's gonna be OK' feeling..... makes it almost easy to be inspired and write something that describes this laid back setting. There's no place like home."

Now with his newest CD release, entitled "Too Much" he is setting his sites on sharing his songs with the rest of America visiting towns, cities, and venues looking to embrace his authentic Coastal Carolina acoustic-country-rock music.