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Contemporary Violinist Daniel D. is a 3 Time 1st Place Apollo Theater Winner, and studied at NYC's Julliard School of Music. He has become one of the most popular new age social media superstars with an international fan base of several million. A seasoned performer at age 29, with seven studio albms to his credit. Daniel D. has opened for Kim Waters, Boney James, Jamye Fox, Kanye West, Najee, K'Jon, Lelah Hathaway, and performed for Oprah Winfrey, the late Michael Jackson as well as President Barack Obama. Daniel D’s unique showmanship styles cross all genres of music, leading to their growing international multicultural fan base. A humble, self motivated artist, committed to being true to his calling to inspire the hearts of all people to find their passion.


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”Throughout the last 10 years, Davis has toured the nation, scored a viral hit or two, and lit up the jazz festival circuit in Charleston, Denver, and Atlanta, just to name a few. “ - Heath Ellison, “Viral violinist Daniel D. returns to Charleston with multifaceted repertoire.”, Charleston City Paper

“...Daniel D. shared that his goal is to inspire others to do something different, out of the box.” Kelly Stone “Southern Laced Interview with Violinist Daniel D.” SouthernLaced.com

“He bows with confidence, improvising on the melodies like a gospel singer...” Bob Marovich “Daniel D

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Album Tis' So Sweet by Daniel Davis

Tis' So Sweet

Self Produced
2017

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Album Sounds of Christmas by Daniel Davis

Sounds of Christmas

Self Produced
2015

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Album SonRise by Daniel Davis

SonRise

Self Produced
2013

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Album Epic Sounds by Daniel Davis

Epic Sounds

Self Produced
2012

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Album Serenade by Daniel Davis

Serenade

Self Produced
2010

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Album Play For Me by Daniel Davis

Play For Me

Self Produced
2009

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