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"This girl rocks"
Dina Pugliese - City TV/Star TV Toronto

- Dina Pugliese



"Darlings vocals are sugary and sultry, her phrasing and tonal quality are perfect. It's easy listening and enjoyable. The lyrics are well written, you know just what she's trying to get across"
John Tenting
www.worldvoicenews.com

Review of 'The Darling Project' Dec/07 - www.worldvoicenews.com


"Daphne Darling to replace Taylor Swift as opening act for Rascal Flatts at this years Bayfest" - The Sarnia Observer



"This is a jolly little number from a twindie pop sensation in the making" - popjustice.com - popjustice.com


Daphne Darling has produced one of the most compulsive sets of tracks heard so far this year. Unashamed pop, the tracks have a freshness to them that isn’t often heard nowadays.

Her voice is enchanting to listen to with a great range that can probably be used more than it is in these sugar-sweet tracks. She writes about everyday things that most can relate to, from creating an online profile to falling in love.

The melodies accompanying her vocals are as uplifting as her voice and would make the perfect soundtrack to a summer afternoon drive. Her music is easy to listen to and instantly enjoyable. The only question to ask is why we haven’t heard her before now?

- Glasswerks.co.uk


Discography

"The Darling Project" EP - Daphne Darling
Release Feb/08
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"Some Fun Tonight" - Single - December 2002
"She" -Single - March 2003
"Bring It On" -Single - January 2005
"The Darling Project" EP - Feb. 2008

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Daphne Darling's ecclectic taste in music ranges from George Michael to Peggy Lee, Karen Carpenter to Prince, & The Dixie Chicks to Garbage.
Having been trained in Hip Hop dance, Latin, and Ballet, Daphne's diversity is evident in her melodies. She started fronting her band "Larksong" before discovering her own special 'Darling' sound with the help of Juno Winning producer Ron Lopata.

-Winner of a Toronto Independant Music Award
for "Best Pop" (also nominated for Best Song, Best Live)

- Opening act for Rascal Flatts 2008

-Top 15 Finalist in the CMT/NSAI Songwriting Competition for the song "Eight"

-A semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition for:
"The Profile Song" - Comedy/Novelty
"Until Then" - Pop category

-Nominated in 2 categories at the Los Angeles 'All Access Magazine' Music Awards in the "Best Pop" category for "Until Then"

-Licensed 2 songs for syndicated 'Fashion Television' and her song "Bring it on" was the key song in the instructional dance video 'Cheeracise'

-'Song of the day' on popjustice.com

- Was the voice for radio jingle spoofing 'Beyonce' on internationally acclaimed CHUM FM.

-Recieved a grant from the Canadian organization FACTOR to complete her EP "The Darling Project".

-Earned a covenant spot at 2006 Honey Jam (all female showcase that lead to the signing of Nelly Furtado and Jully Black)

-Appeared at The NXNE Music Festival in Toronto June 2007

-Appeared at the M.E.A.N.Y Festival in New York Oct 2007

-Has performed in North American music meca's L.A, New York, Nashville, & Toronto

-Her EP 'The Darling Project' was released Feb/08