Danielle Dayton got her rhythm from tap dancing for 14 years. Her relationship with music began with her body as the instrument: syncopated beat tapping from her feet, echoing down the studio halls. Countless dance lessons exposed her to how rhythm, melody and lyrics can affect the body, mind and soul. It wasn’t until she picked up a guitar, that she was led on the path of no return as a singer songwriter and the course of her entire life will never be the same. She creates music simply because she can’t not.
Story, metaphor and groove are three words that best describe Danielle’s music. In her writing she is influenced by her songwriting hero Brandi Carlile, with a sound reminiscent of Elle King. Danielle’s newest single "Lady Luck" tells the tale of lost luck, noticing when it's gone and trying anything to get it back. In support of her new single, Danielle has just returned from a two week prairie tour across beautiful Saskatchewan and Manitoba.