Dan Rendine
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Dan Rendine

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF
Band Pop Adult Contemporary

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May
27
Dan Rendine @ Ukranian National Club

Horsham, Pennsylvania, USA

Horsham, Pennsylvania, USA

May
14
Dan Rendine @ Dawson Street Pub

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

May
07
Dan Rendine @ Steel City Coffee House

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, USA

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, USA

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Self-released CD, "Proud Lions" (2011), includes 11 original tracks produced by Grammy-winner Glenn Barratt (Elton John/Tim Rice) and played on by some of the best studio musicians in Philadelphia, including Jef Lee Johnson (Esperanza Spalding, Erykah Badu, Deangelo), Erik Johnson (Huffamoose, The Fractals), and John Conahan (Melody Gardot, Susan Werner, Lilli Anel). Track #6, "Little Bit A Love," has received airplay by 88.5 FM WXPN's Helen Leicht on her Philly Local program and was featured as Helen's "Philly Local Pick of the Day" in Feb. of 2011.

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After Dan Rendine sang the blues at Lion's Den in Greenwich Village, Jimmy Vivino of Conan O'Brien Show Band pulled him aside, saying, "Kid, you've got a great voice." Since 1999, that voice has moved audiences in venues here and abroad, including the Bowery Ballroom, Bethlehem MusikFest, World Cafe Live and Villagio Globale in Rome, Italy. Dan's sound, drenched in the soul of his hometown Philadelphia, takes its inspiration from blues, Motown, classic rock and folk. As a band leader, Dan has shared the stage with the likes of guitarist Vivino and blues harpist Adam Gussow, and has opened shows for such artists as the Tragically Hip, Merle Saunders, Debbie Davies and Link Wray. As a solo performer, Dan is recognized for his pure, piercing lyrics and melodies; warm, yearning voice; and the spare, evocative backgrop of roots-influenced acoustic guitar.