Thu Feb 27 2020
9:30 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)
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Whitney Fenimore, Daniel Wayne
Singer and songwriter Whitney Fenimore is originally from Tulsa and currently based in Nashville. She began writing and recording songs in Los Angeles after graduating from college and was a semi-finalist on Season 13 of NBC’s “The Voice.” She collaborated with composer John Coggins on her debut EP Battle Within in 2018, which featured the singles “Find Your Love” and “Stones.” Described as a “rootsy alt-country rocker” by The Boot, Whitney appeared at SXSW in 2018 and supported Grammy-award winner Lori McKenna on a run of east coast tour dates. She has has performed throughout the country opening for Julia Michaels, Molly Stevens, Jake Scott and others. Her own struggles with depression and anxiety have led her to becoming an advocate for mental heath awareness, and she stands with the LGBTQ music community in fighting for equal rights. Whitney’s new EP Highs + Lows is set to be released this fall.
In a time where audiences are starved for authenticity, there are only a few that can actually deliver the goods to make you feel like you are hearing some thing classic and familiar yet fresh. Daniel Wayne is one of those artists. You are sold on Daniel Wayne's talent and potential as well as his infectious charisma in the first nanoseconds that you hear his powerful and gifted voice. Daniel's music is simple, raw, at times dark, at times inviting, but always with a sense of vulnerability not heard from a contemporary male vocalist for some time. There aren't many artists that possess the talent to mesmerize the listeners to absolute silence and command them to listen to a voice that is both angelic, as well as full of power and range. If you are looking for the next big voice, look no further than Daniel Wayne.
Going back and forth between Cincinnati and Brooklyn, Daniel has created quite a buzz based on his subtlety powerful live performances - especially amongst industry insiders. His live shows are sharp, stunning and pack a wallop that even the most critical of fans and industry have gushed. Really strong songs sung by an unforgettable voice and surrounded by tight pockets of tremendous playing by his band. Daniel’s solo performances pack a serious visceral wallop as well. Opening in the past for Shawn Mullins, O’Death, Handsome Family, Heartless Bastards, The Head and The Heart, Holly Golightly, Suzanne Vega, Jessica Lea Mayfield, The White Buffalo, Lights and Anna Calvi, Daniel has captivated audiences with stunning performances that have won over fans and music bloggers. Soon the world will be aware of Brooklyn/Cincinnati’s troubadour.
At the age of 8 he began writing songs and beats on a Casio keyboard his sister gave him. Growing up in Cincinnati, Ohio, teachers used to complain to his mother that he made weird noises in the classroom. He has always had music in his head and lyrics on his mind.
Daniel is currently in Cincinnati finishing his debut, full-length album, produced by the legendary Brian Olive. The album consists of 10 songs and showcases Cincinnati's smokin' hot music scene.
When the album is complete, look out for Daniel Wayne his band The Silver Lines to be on tour!
Whitney Fenimore, Daniel Wayne
Thu Feb 27 2020 9:30 PM
(Doors 6:00 PM)