Danny Noronha
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Danny Noronha

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The best kept secret in music


"Bullard's Boy Doesn't Disappoint"

When you picture an image of a famous celebrity walking into a venue with his entourage, you think bodyguards, publicists, and gorgeous women, well not in the case of yesterday's "CLean Up The Don River Jam" where Canadian Late Night Talk Show personality, Mike Bullard made his way from his Lincoln Navigator his dressing tent accompanied with freind and protoge spin off host Sean Tweedly of "The Comedy Network's" popular "The Warm Up Show" and an unknown singer/songwriter named Danny Noronha whom Bullard absolutley insisted close the show. "He needs to be heard, besides he found out that Sean actually writes the jokes for the show and he's threatning to leak it" Noronha did close the show in fine fashion after a overstayed welcome from Jack Ashton, but Noronha turned the yawn's into applause he did 3 beautiful original ballads, that closed the event in fine fashion. - Festive Earth Media Committee


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Born and raised in Toronto Canada, Danny Noronha was a quiet, but special child as the quiet ones usually are. His knack for having paranormal memory for lyrics and every single note of the songs that he liked as child were that of no normal child. Growing up in a family where the sound of the Beatles lingered almost constantly through the halls of his middleclass Toronto home, at 5 yrs old Danny could humm note for note his favourite Beatles classics like..."And I love Her, and "If I Fell" After a long teenage love affair with crime and punishment. Danny finally picked up a guitar and began to teach himself at mach 10 pace. He had written so many songs that he kept in his head for so many years, he found the guitar to be the long awaited method of release. With the 1st, 2 chords he learned, he began putting the music that seemed like endless overflow of melodies and lyrics in the pit of his subconscious on to tape writing and recording his 1st song "Standing Small" which was an immediate favorite with a small circulation of people as much as it was a surprise. "Standing Small" started to fall into the hands of people Danny did not even know, each person recording it and giving it back to the person they borrowed it from. Soon the debut song turned into quite a little hit among a small but anxious circle of people, anxious to hear whatelese the wonder kid had in his arsenal, or was he just lucky with head scratching lines like "I am just an actor who forgot his lines?" 3 months later, he he answered their question with "Just The Way You Thought," "Open," "Overcoat," Same Old, Same Old," I don't mind," and many more. Heeding the advice of nearly anyone who heard his music, he decided to play Live doing gigs for Sutton Place Hotel, and the hottest local pubs in Toronto. He then recorded what many are calling his best ballad yet, "Broken Mirror" with "Canadian Idol" musical producer and Open Mike with Mike Bullard bandleader Orinn Isaacs who says that "Danny is just short bus ride away from being a lyrical, and songwriting genius." "Broken Mirror" is lovely ballad reminding us that we should not get so high up on ourselves because sometimes we all like to see ourselves as something we are not.